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Old 01-26-2016, 05:26 PM   #1
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Serrano or other Thors with a small "Garage"

Hi to all,it's great to find a forum with so many helpful forum.

I'm looking for a smaller unit,28-33' or so and though I can tow,I don't want the drama of towing a car.
My F350 crew/longbox+ camper+ bike rack was at 26'+ and I got around fine so I'm not concerned about an extra few feet.

Spent hours online looking at ads,videos etc to find a FRED with a larger aft stowage to fit my Ducati into.
And mountain bike,kayak,paddle board. Don't want $$,$$$ worth of stuff visible and out in the open hanging off the trailer hitch.

So far,top of the list is the Damon/Thor Avanti 3106. The rear opening is 40" high and 29" wide. I could squeeze the Ducati in there,and undo the mirrors but it'll fit.

I've noticed the Serranos have a large rear pass through, the Z and V but not the X. I may have that reversed.

Does anyone know offhand what the door size is,if the compartment is maybe higher as that little bump in the middle sticks up.
Or what the bump is so I can see if it can be moved.

Or if there's any other Thor or other brands/models that would have a decent sized passthrough that a motorcycle could fit into.

Thanks in advance for any advice


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Old 02-02-2016, 08:07 AM   #2
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I have a 31z with a large pass through storage. I'll measure the height this weekend.

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Old 02-02-2016, 12:18 PM   #3
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Oh that'd be great. I think the rear opening is about 29" wide by about 41" tall.

Can you please tell me what's under that black plastic hump back there?
I could likely fit the front wheel to the rear of it but if I could remove the hump it'd be better.

Thanks in advance.
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