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Old 01-02-2016, 09:19 AM   #1
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Distance between Rear Dinette

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New Lurker here, I'm in the market for a TH. Time to upgrade from current Hybrid & want to bring toys with me while camping to add to the enjoyment. I've already upgrade my TV to a 2015 Chevy 2500HD, 6.0 Gasser, 13000 tow capacity. I'm really looking to stay around a 10,000 GVRW to have some reserve on overall tow capacity.

I thought I was sold on the Jayco Octane Ultra lights...until I saw the XLR Hyper lites on RVW web site. The separate 10' garage & setup sold me. I'm looking at the the 29hfs or 30hds. Must have recliners in front slide & dual bed set-up in garage. (Queen top Bed & dinette/bed). What I'm wondering is what dimension/distance between the rear dinette when it's folded up against the wall, instead of totally raised overhead?

The primary toy I'll be hauling is a Ural Gear-Up and I want to see how much clearance I'll have on each side. (Pic below)

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Can't help you with the measurements, but the U is awesome...very cool!
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Can't help you with the measurements, but the U is awesome...very cool!
Thanks, first season on it...it's the funnest bike I've ever owned. (also the most maintenance...lol) Not a highway bike by any means...with windshields on bike & hack maybe 60 mph or 65 mph downhill, lol I miss my 2 wheelers at times, will probably add a 400 DRZ to the stable to satisfy that itch
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