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Old 06-10-2013, 12:33 PM   #15
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Where did you see that DRV is making 10' wide units?
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Sorry my mistake it read 101" and was miss interpreted to 10' .... I'll claim ole age!

Just an FYI, since she is not looking right now, the better half said ten foot and I glanced over and said "W0W". That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

Besides when do we ever correct our better halves!
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Old 06-11-2013, 12:42 AM   #16
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My question was mistated. What I meant was the designation for different trailer models do not relate to the length of the trailer. I was at a Camping World in Spokane WA today and paced off a Cedars 38FL which turned out to be about 41 feet. So what does the 380 refer to?
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way back when it used to mean length... but it really is just a model number / name given by the mfg...

SOMETIMES it's the sq footage, sometimes it's the internal floor length, the fl means front living (usually )

good luck figuring it out !

but in the case of length limits... it IS the overall length from tip to tail (except SOME states say disregarding safety equipment like bumpers, etc...)

not sure if they include a rear ladder !
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