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Old 04-24-2016, 05:07 PM   #1
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RV Widths (again)

Hi all - would anyone out there know the exterior width of a Class A, 1996 Holiday Rambler Endeavour.

I am very keen on one, but suspect it may be over our permitted width of 8'

I've searched for ages and cannot find any specs for this coach.

(Width is the body only, not including mirrors, handles etc.)

Hope someone can help....


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I believe all states are now 8'6". All motor homes are now this wide.
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Old 04-24-2016, 06:31 PM   #3
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I believe the poster is from New Zealand.
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Old 04-24-2016, 07:14 PM   #4
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Heartland made an Ultra Light Weight model TT called Edge that had a 7' 6" body width and total width including awning, etc. well under 8'

I think you can browse Ultra Light Weight TT of many brands and find narrower widths as one of their weight saving mesures.
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Pretty sure our '97 Endeavor is a wide body, well over 8', and the '96 is identical.

To confirm, I just measured across the driver and passenger front windows and it's 102" on the nose.
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I believe that the Endeavor is a wide body and is 102" wide. Not positive on the '96, but pretty sure.
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Heartland made an Ultra Light Weight model TT called Edge that had a 7' 6" body width and total width including awning, etc. well under 8'

I think you can browse Ultra Light Weight TT of many brands and find narrower widths as one of their weight saving mesures.
The OP is looking at a Class A, diesel pusher or a front engine gasser, often with a tag axle. What does that have to do with lightweight trailers??
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