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Old 09-30-2012, 07:32 PM   #15
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Old 09-30-2012, 07:34 PM   #16
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11'11". I call it 12' even. And that's with a full 7' interior ceiling height.
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Old 09-30-2012, 07:36 PM   #17
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Manual says 13' to the top of the A/C.
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Old 09-30-2012, 07:40 PM   #18
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Old 09-30-2012, 07:55 PM   #19
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11' 6" empty - 10' even with me in the drivers seat!
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It looks like mine is 14' to the top of the CB antenna and about the same to the tip of the radio antenna. Can't get a good measurement with the wind blowing the tape over.
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Just tried to check mine, but the wind keeps blowing my tape over. I think it is 14' to the tip of both the CB and radio antenna.
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Measured, 12-2" to top of dish.
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Just tried to check mine, but the wind keeps blowing my tape over. I think it is 14' to the tip of both the CB and radio antenna.
Silly, flip the thing upside-down stand on the bottom and measure down.



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Just tried to check mine, but the wind keeps blowing my tape over. I think it is 14' to the tip of both the CB and radio antenna.
LOL,, Thanks Dunner,,, I haven't installed my extra cb yet, but I will.....
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I have a note on the dash, 12'6" clearance. IIRC I measured 12'3" to the top of the Air Conditioner cover and added a few inches for god measure.
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Our door measures exactly 12' high. Our coach measures exactly 11' 10" to the top of the air conditioners. I always press the air dump bags when driving in and out of the building. That lowers the height at least 2".
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Silly, flip the thing upside-down stand on the bottom and measure down.

Tomorrow, it went dark when I went and got a 5$ meatball samich, but the moon came on... full. Arrrrooooooowwww....
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Tomorrow, it went dark when I went and got a 5$ meatball samich, but the moon came on... full. Arrrrooooooowwww....
Uh oh, that time of the month again, eh?
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