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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    it is very good 2 ways to do it we have slept on the fold out couches with bunks closed sleep 2 adults and 2 small kids this way or bunks open either way the heater does great anf the a/c is super we kept it at 65 inside when it was 98 outside...i have had 5 campers in the past 7 years and this one is the keeper were starting our 3rd season with it and would not concider changeing it my truck is a standard cab long bed 4.3 ho and i get 16-17 mpg and dont even know its back there when in tow haul mode


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    How sturdy is that' fold-down sleeping area? Is that designed for kids mostly? I may look into something like this as the family option for camping next year. We spend too much time in the city, need to get out of town and go camping, teach the boy about the outdoors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    How sturdy is that' fold-down sleeping area? Is that designed for kids mostly? I may look into something like this as the family option for camping next year. We spend too much time in the city, need to get out of town and go camping, teach the boy about the outdoors.

    if i remember right the bunks will hold up to 600lbs

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    if i remember right the bunks will hold up to 600lbs

    Dan
    Steve that means you can eat a few of your favorite cheeseburgers and still weigh under the bunks max weight.

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    22ft Four Winns boat
    2 place snowmobile trailer
    Dunno what foot, 2 horse gooseneck trailer.

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    I tow a 5X8 utility trailer when I take one four wheeler, and a 6X16 when I take both four wheelers.
    Bryan
    2007 Silverado LT CrewCab Classic
    2006 Tundra DC (SOLD!!!)
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