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Old 08-01-2014, 09:32 PM   #1
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Will my toys fit? Canyonstar 3920 Garage Height + 3921 model loses 920 lbs in NCC

I am looking closely at the Canyonstar 3920 but I can't find the exact cargo height available in the garage with the two overhead bunks raised. Anyone have that info? I want to put a Honda Pioneer 700-4 in there. It is a four seater side by side that is 115 inches long X 60 inches wide X 81 inches tall (with the hardtop option).

Also, it looks like the new 3921 has about 920 fewer pounds in carrying capacity. I love the floorplan and full wall slide, but hate to lose that much weight capacity. I am surprised that a little bit longer slide would use that much weight, I would love to know why.

Canyonstar 3920 NCC: 5,270 lbs.
Canyonstar 3921 NCC: 4,350 lbs
Difference: 920 lbs.

Any help from the great Newmar community would be most appreciated!

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Old 08-02-2014, 11:47 AM   #2
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You may want to post to the Toyhauler forum. I know there are a few Canyonstar owners present and I bet they would be happy to go measure for you. As far as weight, the Honda site says the curb weight of the Pioneer 700-4 is 1396. Something to keep in mind when considering that 920lbs weight difference of the two models of Canyonstars.

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Welcome to the forum.
The Brochure should show pictures of the rear open and how high the beds are if there are two in garage. Should have ample room to drive Honda in side.
As to weight you have to compare the floor plans of two models for weight difference.
Owners Guide may give you some info also.
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Old 08-02-2014, 02:12 PM   #4
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Nothing in the brochure 007, hopefully one of the 3920 owners can get in there with a measuring tape and tell me how high the garage is with the bunks raised.

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The brochure says it has 84" interior height. If your Honda needs 81", I don't think it'd fit with the electric beds taking up some height.

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