You're only 15lbs over the weight limit. Eat a couple of salads.
My personal opinion is you would be fine with the new fat-kid (me) spreader bars he recently sent out. I still haven't switched them out, much to Brandon's displeasure, with the original spreader bars. I weigh somewhere between 240 and 245 depending on what's on the grill this week. The bars flex pretty good when I'm in the hammock, but I think I've got around 60 nights and countless loungings in my RidgeRunner; original bars are holding just fine.
I don't speak on behalf of Warbonnet or make any kind of claims as to their ability to support your weight; just relaying my own experiences.
Brandon will give you the legal safe answer, as he should.
If you really want to try a bridge, you can always switch-out the spreader bars it comes with that are designed with hiking (lightweight) in mind, for something beefier. I'm sure one of the bridge-experts will correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the spreader bars are the weak link on a bridge design. So switching them for something heavier duty should also increase the weight limits.