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Old 09-22-2010, 10:06 AM   #15
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No worries about the rig coming off the skates, stuck like glue to the tires
The 15,000lb weight does the job, the custom fit steel plates help as well
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Did you mean the door was 8' and MH 8'-4" ??
John H is correct. You will see the outside measurements for the 2010 Sunstar is 8'5" at this link. You will not find a 10' wide rig. Something that wide is not allowed on many roads.
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Not sure what to say other than I will show you a picture of a tape measure on the rig and the shop door tomorrow, if need be. The shop door is exactly 10ft wide. The rig with the mirrors attached does not fit. (Guess it must be greater than 10ft in width) The outside awnings on both only just squeek by. The overall outside measurements are indeed greater than 10ft when the awnings and mirrors are taken into account. Yes it is a pain in the rear / back side driving on narrow roads and bridges. We were told by Winnegabo it was 8ft wide before we took delivery.
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No worries about the rig coming off the skates, stuck like glue to the tires
The 15,000lb weight does the job, the custom fit steel plates help as well
ah thats good, i could see it slowly rolling towards the door, smashing it opend and gaining momentum down your diveway.
You should try and see if anybody else has created the tyer rollers and if not start selling
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Measurements

A few pictures tell the story
The Rig as specified is indeed 8ft 5" wide or 101"
Chassis alone, not including mirrors or awnings
The mirrors protrude 12.5" on each side
101" for the rig plus 2x 12.5" = 126" = 10ft 6"
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