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Old 05-09-2021, 05:53 PM   #1
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Open slide width

Hello everyone, this is my first time posting on this forum so any advice would be greatly appreciated. My question is does anyone know the overall width of an allegro red 37BA with the slides out? I mean from girard slide topper box to girard slide topper box. Would a clearance of 15’ open wall RV cover work for storing my coach. THANKS IN ADVANCE
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Old 05-09-2021, 08:17 PM   #2
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First welcome to IRV2!

Do not have your coach but I would guess with slides out you are ok
Not to include you're awning
Do a search on your year make model specs and you should find out
What are.your.concerns storage or available space at home?
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I’m not sure about the Allegro Red but my motorhome has the widest slides on the market on both sides. 30 inches on drivers and passenger side.
All chassis are 8ft 6 inches as far as I know

So if you add 8ft 6 inches plus 60 inches that’s the widest in the industry.
So that’s 5ft + 8ft 6 inches = 13 feet 6 inches.
Most RVs will have a 30 inch and a 15 or 20 inch on the other side

My RV pad at home is 45 x 18 and I just fit with some room to walk around if I park right in the middle.
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Thanks so much, that helped a lot
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