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Old 06-12-2005, 08:19 PM   #1
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I have just purchased a used 1999 dunes deluxe
28'? Measures 29' So I don't know which is correct. I understand that Curtis Ind. might be out of business but there must be a website somewhere to find standard info. ie tank capacities, weight ratings on stucture and door
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I have just purchased a used 1999 dunes deluxe
28'? Measures 29' So I don't know which is correct. I understand that Curtis Ind. might be out of business but there must be a website somewhere to find standard info. ie tank capacities, weight ratings on stucture and door
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Shad, welcome to iRV2.com, we are glad to have you join us and we look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Sorry I cannot be much help with your questions but I think some of our members can. If you don't get much response here, try in the Travel Trailer section. Good luck & enjoy!
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Welcome Shad, glad you found us. The trailer measurement does not includes the hitch length and the back bumper. Does that make up the difference?
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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 Allegro Happy:
Welcome Shad, glad you found us. The trailer measurement does not includes the hitch length and the back bumper. Does that make up the difference? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
My Nash fiver measures 23.2 foot from front to rear excluding the pin box and bumper ...adding those makes it 25 foot. The manufacture says my Nash is 21 foot. This was a separate topic a long time back and many were surprised to find out their RV's were not to the stated manufacture length. For all practical purposes, I now state my fiver to be 23 foot when making reservations, etc.

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Thank you for input. I have put a tape measure on the trailer. The box measures outside 29' exactly and has a 3'-10" tongue on top of that
and there is no bumper on the back. the only thing I can come up with is maybe Dunes measured the inside usable space.
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