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post #1 of 4 Old Aug 5th, 2007, 11:28 am Thread Starter
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Help with LT measurements

Can someone please help with getting some measurements from their LT?

Specifically, I need the following:


Ground to top of windshield (windshield full up) =

Ground to top of windshield (windshield full down) =

Ground to top of top case rack (top case that has a top case rack) =

Ground to top of antenna tip =


This will help determine the height of the overhead cabinets I can use in the trailer. I'm hoping 16" high cabinets will work. Trailer inside height (usable) is just about 72" (6').

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post #2 of 4 Old Aug 5th, 2007, 12:27 pm
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Here ya go Raffy. HTH.

Ground to top of windshield (windshield full up) = 65"

Ground to top of windshield (windshield full down) = 61"

Ground to top of top case rack (top case that has a top case rack) = 54"

Ground to top of (radio) antenna tip = 78"

Ground to top of (CB) antenna tip = 81"

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Raffy: on the side stand mine measures to top of windshield up=66", down=62", to top of antenna=75", top of trunk=54". On the center stand it added 3" to the trunk and antenna measurements but nothing much to the windshield either up or down. Hope this helps.

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Thanks guys. Much appreciated.


I'll go measure inside the trailer and see where things will be with an LT in a chock. I need to add another 2"-4" to the height due to the wheel chock lifting the front up.



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