Originally Posted by ependydad
I'm assuming the simplest is going to be to measure the width of the camper/confirm it's 96" and then measure the awning/slide toppers and add them together.
That is the way I figured on mine. 8' for the camper, a couple of inches for the awning (can't remember exactly), and then I had to add about another inch for the protruding marker lights on the opposite side.
I have always wondered about campers that are wider than 96". Airstream for 1 has campers that are 8' 5.5". Many of the motorhomes are now 100" wide. Throw in awnings in the mix, and the overall width is over the maximum 102" recognized on most roads. Mirrors and marker lights don't count in the 102" maximum.
Chap , DW Joy, and Fur Baby Sango
2006 Ford F150 Super Cab 4x4
2008 Surveyor 263