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Old 10-14-2011, 09:07 AM   #1
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Height of 3150BHD

I don't have a good way to get on the roof of my TT yet so I wanted to ask the experts. What is the height of my 3150BHD? PT's webpage states it as 10 ft. 10 in., but does that include the A/C? The place I am going to store it has a 12' door. Want to make sure I can get it in there.

Thanks for the info in advance.
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Old 10-14-2011, 09:32 AM   #2
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That includes the A/C - you should be good.

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Old 10-14-2011, 09:58 AM   #3
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I have the LaCrosse 303RKS rather than the Tracer 3150BHD, but I would imagine the height is about the same. I did measure mine this year and if I remember correctly it was around 11' at the AC cover. I believe the AC cover and MaxxAir covers were about the same. Should have written it down.
I had my cover built with 12' sidewalls, just in case. The pictures below are not the best angle but I believe you can see that the MaxxAir covers would clear the 12' sidewall height.
I would measure the door opening to be sure it's 12'. Then if you think it's good to go, have a spotter watching close as you back in.

Thought I should add that I have not measured my sidewalls to see if they are exactly 12'.





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Nice, I wish I had that setup.
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:12 PM   #6
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Thanks guys.
I just had it put in this past June.
Here's a link to the thread (w/before & after pics) I posted back then;
New Home For TT's (pics)
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Thanks guys.
I just had it put in this past June.
Here's a link to the thread (w/before & after pics) I posted back then;
New Home For TT's (pics)
I followed your thread when it was bing put in, and I thought time would heal my affliction of wanting one, but it has not!
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:27 PM   #8
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I followed your thread when it was bing put in, and I thought time would heal my affliction of wanting one, but it has not!
Hopefully someday.
As my Dad always said, "Just keep pluggin' at it."

It has been nice to have. I really got it up just in time because that was about the time the heat hit us. Stayed above 100ļ almost everyday 'til just about mid September. I was glad the tt's were sitting under cover and not out in the hot sun.
Now if we could only get some good rains so that rock can settle into the ground. Between the heat and the dry conditions I lost 7 of those small pines I had planted.

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Old 10-14-2011, 03:03 PM   #9
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When we picked our up new the first thing I did at the walkthrough was have the guy grab a ladder and tape measure. My 3000BHS is a little over 10'6". I figure as long as the sign for bridges say 11' or higher I'm good to go.
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