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Old 09-30-2012, 09:20 PM   #29
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Dealer claimed I was 12'10'', specs say 12'8''. Had the occasion this summer to test it out by fitting under a 12'8'' overpass. I went really slow and didn't breathe. So I guess I'm really am 12'8''. Whew!
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Old 09-30-2012, 09:37 PM   #30
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Not sure but is that type of hair growth hard on Razors?
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Not sure but is that type of hair growth hard on Razors?
Whut? You're starting to sound like Dogpatch.
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What da heck, It wasn't me makin the werewolf howl.
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Yeah... but my kid can kill yours. She'll get in your kids throat!
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Yeah... but my kid can kill yours. She'll get in your kids throat!
Not with me around,,, and I;m always around,,, (armed) Lets keep this friendly ok ???
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That should have said "Get stuck in your kids throat". Sorry, spell checker missed it.
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That should have said "Get stuck in your kids throat". Sorry, spell checker missed it.
We both love our kids,,, that's what counts ! Back to the subject,, once again I really appreciatte (sp?) the responses on height. I really didn't know what to expect if we ever upgrade.(didn't even think of that at the time) I was afraid I wasn't looking to the future when we recently were able to build our one and only garage. And sure, if I had it to do over, as always, there are always things to do different... (taller doors) .... Maybe this thread will help someone else looking at building a garage .
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Itasca Meridian 34H, 11' 6". I dump the air bags and drive it into my Garage which has doors that are 11'7" As you can see, I had to add a few feet to the existing center garage to accomodate the size of the Motorhome I thought I would never have. ( I was happy with my truck and camper, my wife thought it was too small , I must have been wrong )
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