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Old 09-22-2010, 02:02 PM   #1
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How tall are these generally (mid 90's+) when collapsed. I am looking to get a camp trailer and these like the way to go for me as I need to be able to fit it through a 7 foot door.

I want to do some shopping over the winter and will probably have to go out of town to find a good reasonable priced one and do not want to get home to find that it will not fit!!

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Old 09-22-2010, 02:13 PM   #2
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Hi-Lo's are offered at various online sites including Craig's List, or try Oodle Used Hi Lo Listings | Used RV Listings | RVs.Oodle.com ... they usually have a bunch. Good luck with your purchase.
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Old 09-22-2010, 03:36 PM   #3
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My 2207T is about 72" in height plus the AC, which I am guessing adds another 12". I store it in my garage for the winter, but I also have 8' door height. Hope this helps you out. If you find a Hi-Lo that suits your needs, you will really enjoy all that it has to offer.

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If some one else doesn't come up with a height, I have a 95-- 21 Foot TowLite and I will measure it tomorrow. I would say they will fit as I was going to originally put the 95 in my garage and it has a 7 foot high by 9 feet wide door. I couldn't get it in as I have to make a turn going into the garage and with the back about 2 feet in it was going to hit on the sides, due to the angle. I would recommend a 10 foot wide door, unless you can get a straight shot at backing up.Hope this doesn't stop you from buying one.
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I have a strait shot in and through to the back yard. I have to be able to get it through as I refuse to pay for storage. Pop up tent trailers don't do it for me so I'm pretty much down to one of these or nothing.
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We have a 1995 TowLite, 215TL with Coleman air conditioner, as close as I can measure the height it is just under 7 feet. It has 13" wheels. A inch or 2 more could be got by lowering the tire pressure.
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Old 09-24-2010, 01:43 PM   #7
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Default Generally TowLite's stay under 84"

I don't know of any 'Classics' that would fit through a 7' garage door, but for sure Towlite's from 2004 and newer that are 22' or less should fit. As far as the latest 2010/2011 models, only the 18' will fit. They made a special mod to the Axle assembly so it would get into an 84" opening. The 23' likely would not fit.

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Ill have to measure it again to be sure,right now its up,but if i recall its 6' 2" down,lets put it this way if i'm off its only by an 1" or 2" mines a 1978 now that does not count the vent cowl which was added .so depending what hi-lo you buy,may or may not have one or air,as for mine to guess id add 12" again ill look when i put her down. i also think its a few inches over 7' wide.
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