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RV's come in all sizes, shapes and configurations and the operator absolutely has to know it's measurements and limitations. Molded fiberglass RV's usually don't have a height clearance problem, but, I did see one hung under the height warning sign at a fast food place. Which brings the question, "do you know how tall your RV actually is ? Sure, we all know what the owners manual says, but have you measured it ? Many things can change the RV height after it leaves the factory, sometimes quite invisibly at first glance. For example, a new set of tires with a higher ply rate.

Here is a video of a RV'er that must have thought that he knew how high his fifth wheeler was. It was a close fit alright, but very expensive when he was off by just a couple of inches. It makes me wonder if his tow vehicle had new tires on it. Here is the video:


I would rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth 08' Oliver Legacy Elite HULL NUMBER 0003(sold)

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