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Old 01-23-2013, 06:54 PM   #1
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Sabre 32RCTS Height

Does anyone know what the acutual measured height of a Sabre 32RCTS is? Of all the literature I have seen either does not list it or states TBA.

I meant to measure it after taking delivery put completly forgot.
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:27 PM   #2
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12'6" without 2nd AC...I have two AC's, I'm at 13'6"
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:44 PM   #3
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Thanks, I have the 2nd AC. Not much room to spare! Have you ever had to detour due to height?
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Not yet!

I usually scope out our route to find any problems before we depart but anytime we are the back roads on a whim, I'm always looking out for a potential issue.
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All Stay Camp and RV app lets you filter different bridge heights but don't really know how accurate it is. Co Pilot navigation let you set bridge height but only at 12'6" or 13'0". Not much help if height is 13'6". And since bridges arent the only obstacles scoping out seem to be the best. Being new to RV ing I hope to be able to stay in some State Parks which can often be off the beaten path. Perhaps a bike ride into the park might be worth the effort.

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We mostly camp in SP's also...inside the park, most of the time their roadways are clear for camper heights, have more problems with low limbs for the side of the camper and so far no close calls on the side roads leading up to the parks.
Some SP's websites will list a potential issue with the state roads leading into their park which is helpful.

Overall, just be aware of your surroundings and you'll be prepared...also look for signage on the small hwy roads that signal "truck routes", can't go wrong with those.
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