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Old 08-04-2016, 07:31 AM   #1
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Chinook Concourse length

anyone know the true length of a Chinook Concourse 21
I know it says 21 but my experience has been RV's can be a few more feet with bumpers, tires, steps.......etc
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21 feet, 4 inches. I owned a 2005 concourse until recently.
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thanks!
I'm thinking about squeezing myself into something smaller but want to be sure it will fit into many/most parking lots.

Would really be interested in your opinion on that to!

I'm thinking 20-21 is about max
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It does quite well in most parking lots.
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