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Old 11-25-2022, 03:53 AM   #21
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Just a tip-- if you decide to measure a unit, take a 4' level instead of a stick. We measured both ways and the difference was surprising.
Yes indeed. Or, use a smaller level ON the stick.
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4x2 with Agile RIP kit that raised the rear 2", front 1/2". Present height is 9'9".
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We have a Sprinter 3500-based van. With everything on the roof we know it's a few inches under 10', but we always tell ourselves we're driving a 10' vehicle.
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