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Old 05-30-2016, 12:05 AM   #11
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I am advised by ETI that on the 2017 21'... it isn't any wider, overall, but it is more square, so it is wider than before at the top.

They'll post photos in about a month-ish of the 2017 21'
This will be the same as for the 17' and 19': instead of the walls being sloped inward toward the roof and floor, they are vertical until they curve around the corners.

Yes, this makes the body wider at the top (and bottom), but the awning is recessed and has no vertical arms, solving one clearance issue.

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Also would you mind measuring the outside track width of the tires? Roughly outside sidewall to sidewall would be great.
For those worried about width at the tires, I note that Reace mentioned that with the wider bottom of the body, the frame and track were being widened to match... about four inches.
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Old 05-30-2016, 12:07 PM   #12
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I am advised by ETI that on the 2017 21'... it isn't any wider, overall, but it is more square, so it is wider than before at the top.

They'll post photos in about a month-ish of the 2017 21'
I periodically ask Sarah how the 21 is doing in terms of coming up to take photos. The day after she tells me it's out on display I'll be there taking a bazillion photos of the inside and outside. And maybe underneath and on top!

And then posting one of my long threads with tons of photos and commentary. Since we're getting the 21 ourselves (2017 version) I plan to take some measurements of various areas of the trailer. Dirk's going with and he'll be my scribe. Plus, he always notices stuff that I don't. Like mechanical and electrical things. I notice stuff like how the propane tanks knob thingies matched the lime green graphics of a trailer on the lot. Dirk never would have noticed that.

So, stay tuned for that. And you know I'll post way more photos than ETI ever will!
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Old 05-30-2016, 12:18 PM   #13
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I periodically ask Sarah how the 21 is doing in terms of coming up to take photos. The day after she tells me it's out on display I'll be there taking a bazillion photos of the inside and outside. And maybe underneath and on top!

And then posting one of my long threads with tons of photos and commentary. Since we're getting the 21 ourselves (2017 version) I plan to take some measurements of various areas of the trailer. Dirk's going with and he'll be my scribe. Plus, he always notices stuff that I don't. Like mechanical and electrical things. I notice stuff like how the propane tanks knob thingies matched the lime green graphics of a trailer on the lot. Dirk never would have noticed that.

So, stay tuned for that. And you know I'll post way more photos than ETI ever will!
We're all counting on you, Laura. Please get a shot of the newly raised floor of the dinette and if possible measure the distance from the floor to the top of the rails that support the table when lowered as a bed. Thanks.
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Old 05-30-2016, 12:46 PM   #14
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I periodically ask Sarah how the 21 is doing in terms of coming up to take photos. The day after she tells me it's out on display I'll be there taking a bazillion photos of the inside and outside. And maybe underneath and on top!

And then posting one of my long threads with tons of photos and commentary. Since we're getting the 21 ourselves (2017 version) I plan to take some measurements of various areas of the trailer. Dirk's going with and he'll be my scribe. Plus, he always notices stuff that I don't. Like mechanical and electrical things. I notice stuff like how the propane tanks knob thingies matched the lime green graphics of a trailer on the lot. Dirk never would have noticed that.

So, stay tuned for that. And you know I'll post way more photos than ETI ever will!
awesome - thanks so much!!!

I am especially interested in the overall height (WITH HVAC, but with no high lift axle setup) and the overall width.

It will be 'cozy' where we park it

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Old 05-30-2016, 02:15 PM   #15
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Please get a shot of the newly raised floor of the dinette and if possible measure the distance from the floor to the top of the rails that support the table when lowered as a bed. Thanks.
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I am especially interested in the overall height (WITH HVAC, but with no high lift axle setup) and the overall width.
Started a new thread about this. Much easier that way (for me, at least).

What measurements do you want on the 2017 21?
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Old 06-01-2016, 09:07 AM   #16
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Thank you. Kudos on your backing skills! My gate opening is 124" but look to have more clearance around my gutter. We'll see!!
I'm not sure how I came up with my gate opening being 124". It ended up being 115" (9' 7"). I did position the hinges on the front side of the gate post to give me more room which I'm glad I did. Our 21 Classic fits just fine with inches to spare. Once past the gate post it does open up a few more inches. Here's Olaf snuggled in.
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Old 07-15-2016, 12:39 AM   #17
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I periodically ask Sarah how the 21 is doing in terms of coming up to take photos. The day after she tells me it's out on display I'll be there taking a bazillion photos of the inside and outside. And maybe underneath and on top!

And then posting one of my long threads with tons of photos and commentary. Since we're getting the 21 ourselves (2017 version) I plan to take some measurements of various areas of the trailer. Dirk's going with and he'll be my scribe. Plus, he always notices stuff that I don't. Like mechanical and electrical things. I notice stuff like how the propane tanks knob thingies matched the lime green graphics of a trailer on the lot. Dirk never would have noticed that.

So, stay tuned for that. And you know I'll post way more photos than ETI ever will!
I am told that the display 21' should be done by end of July.

(Or so)
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