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Old 03-06-2015, 02:55 PM   #29
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Be aware that Allstays is often inaccurate about max length. The CG website is what needs to be viewed. Examples: Patagonia Lake State Park and Rope Lake State Park in as show max 35ft on Alstays, but they actually have sites over 75 ft and welcome big rigs.

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were in Antrim NH were looking @ a 42 & hoping to list home & business & hit the road soon ,

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Other than living space, the location of the 5' is what makes the difference.
If it's all located behind the rear wheels it affects steering and comfort. It also makes the fan tale (back end) swing out farther when making turn out of the fuel pumps and other tight areas.

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