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Old 02-03-2008, 08:19 AM   #1
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We are looking at a Weekend Warrior toy hauler model WLSLC 3405 Wide Lite. Does anyone know where we can find the length of this? I am amazed that weekend warriors web site does not list this, unless I just can't find it....

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Old 02-03-2008, 08:19 AM   #2
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We are looking at a Weekend Warrior toy hauler model WLSLC 3405 Wide Lite. Does anyone know where we can find the length of this? I am amazed that weekend warriors web site does not list this, unless I just can't find it....

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Old 02-03-2008, 11:10 AM   #3
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usually the first two numbers in a WW are the length ie: FS2300 is a forward sleeper 23' so the one you are looking at is a wide lite 5er 34 feet long.
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is it important to people if the implied length or the average advertised weight is off by up to 10% ?
or is an 'average' all buyers are really after?
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Old 02-05-2008, 04:10 PM   #5
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Thanks for the info. It does give me some guide lines when looking at these units. I was hoping to find something under 30 ft. But the 34 ft. is a great layout. Something to think about...
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by FatDog:
is it important to people if the implied length or the average advertised weight is off by up to 10% ?
or is an 'average' all buyers are really after? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

You bring up a good point Mike.

The box on my FSC2800 is actually about 29.5' and not 28'. Then add another 4' for the hitch.

I guess knowing the correct length is only important if it won't fit in my favorite camping spots or the pad at home.

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You guy's are correct in that statement. My needs were critical as far as the length and height so it would fit in the garage. That's why we flew to Phoenix so we could measure one, just to make sure. We still held our breath when we got ours home and put it in the garage the first time.
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Hi Wes!
yea, a trailer being plus or minus a couple feet from its 'name',
and on 5'rs ... knowing whether the impled length given by its name includes just up to the pin or does it go to the end of the lower sheetmetal,
i don't know how many people are ever surprised to find their 32' trailer doesn't fit into a 32' space

i think its this months copy of PassageMaker, a trawler mag, has said that trawlers are going to now start having to name their tugs more 'correctly'.
So a 'NordicTug 32' this year might be renamed a 'NordicTug 34' next year.
The footprint is the same, the cost is the same, the boat owner has more bragging rights (i guess),
BUT slip and other crossing fees which charge by length of model will go up.

So Wes, maybe when you go to sell your FSC2800, you can call it a FSC3350
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Atta boy Mike, keep up the good work!
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Yeap. The lenght is my problem. Will it fit in my favorite spot. Is the parking area at home long enough. I guess I will have to take a tape measure and check for myself.
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Glad to know that this just isn't a MH problem. We measured our driveway from eve to street and found it to be 38 feet. Imagine our surprise when we pulled it up to the garage and only had a foot or less left before we were in the street . Our 36' was actually 37'.

Did we get more than we paid for?

Good idea to get that tape out!

Hello FatDog, where is Sean(WWF)?

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Hi Tom , and Patty too!
the way you phrased that it almost sounds like you measured the driveway before going out to get a rig (that would safely fit). I imagine there have been a few people who have been surprised to find that theirs did not fit as versus your snug fit.

And the planting zone of your Yosemite area compared to our hot/warm/hot area is nowhere more obvious then by looking at your yard. good job with that. Somebody spent some time on that baby.
A beagle just won the Best Of at the Westminster dog show, and i sometimes think we have one of every kind of pooch except for a beagle. Maybe thats why lawn doesn't grow at our house.

Sean is indeed a classic.

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