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Old 12-19-2013, 08:35 AM   #15
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My RV door is 12' wide by 13' tall which works for me as my MH is 12'4" tall. In hind sight, I would have put in a 14' to allow for future possibilities. I don't know why you would go any higher as the DOT max. is 13'-6"....
Most states west of the Mississippi now allow for a 14 foot max height and a 8 foot six inch max width. But back east 13-6 is pretty much the norm. So go 14 foot and you can clear any legal vehicle in any state.
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Our RV garage is a pole-type, 60' deep, 40' wide, with useable 14' high X 20' wide sliding door, 6" concrete floor, and a loft opposite the RV side. You may get a lot of ideas from this website:http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extension-aben/buildingplans/ None of the building plans directly address an RV garage, since this website is dedicated to farm buildings, however It was great for ideas when I built our RV garage.
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Very nice looking place. Looks like you will have a merry, white Christmas.
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