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Deb and Ed M

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Posted: 01/10/19 09:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bucky wrote:

Leave enough room on the side with the door so that you can get out 0f the RV.
I think that I would pull in nose first. It's easier to back into daylight than a black hole. It would also minimize exhaust fumes.


I didn't have the luxury of "space" on both sides of the MH, so I parked REALLY close on the driver's side and exited through the passenger-side access door. Easy to do on an RV....LOL! It was not an ideal parking situation - however, I had indoor enclosed parking ;-) Something that kept our Class C looking like new even 10 years later.

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Posted: 01/10/19 09:43am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

mountainkowboy wrote:

Shouldn't be an issue after you do it a few times.

I used to back this

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Down this all the time, with about 2" to spare on each side.

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Yeah, that's what our driveway looked like - we added onto our 12'-sidewall polebarn, but had to dig a "basement addition" to get enough height for the door

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Just a wild suggestion.....measure your RV width and height rather than asking a random group of folks if it will fit.
(But if it doesn't fit then you have the only motorhome that is over 10' wide and you're not legal to drive it without a wide load permit....it will fit in a 10x14 hole)


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