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Old 09-08-2012, 06:11 AM   #15
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70 miles away when you want to go rv'ing ?
You must not rv a lot

I have a storage area I pay $55/mth and it's only 5 miles away and it's inconvenient sometimes
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Old 09-08-2012, 07:15 AM   #16
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I am in south Dakota. I only store it there for winter. I will bring it back during warmer months. I would camp in the cold but I don't think rv is set up for it and also no where to go. Kind of on a tight budget for rest of year.
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Old 09-08-2012, 07:30 AM   #17
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High centered.

Have you tried entering from both directions? Sometimes the angle of approach is different depending on which end goes in first.
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High centered.

Have you tried entering from both directions? Sometimes the angle of approach is different depending on which end goes in first.
True this may work. Thank you!
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Post some pics so we can see what you have
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Old 09-09-2012, 06:59 AM   #20
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True this may work. Thank you!
Does this mean this 'shed' is open and usuable on two ends now?
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Does this mean this 'shed' is open and usuable on two ends now?
It is referring to the fact the the motorhome goes forward and reverse.
Sorry for not being more specific.
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It is referring to the fact the the motorhome goes forward and reverse.
Sorry for not being more specific.
No problem, I confuse easily any way . You did it to me again though, I thought you had a 5er, not a Motorhome. . Well, whatever you have and which direction you decide to go, good luck to ya and happy trails!
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:43 PM   #23
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The OP does have a 5'er...
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I can't tell anymore, 1st post 5er, last post MH. Since the battery in my crystal ball went dead, I'm really screwed anyway.
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Think he is making it too hard. Just fill in the low part where the wheels go down with some 2X4"s and the frame won't high center. We do this to get ours in our driveway, as the levellers hang down and mess up our clearance.
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Seems to me your owners manual should give you a max angle of approach, hell just hook up and put her in with a spotter to stop you if it hits.
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