Originally Posted by Bobbito
I noticed that the insulating foam on our 2015 Escape 21 reduces the clearance an inch or two. Reace tells me that in the past year Dexter made lift kits available for the 21. It is $500 as an add on, $300 during the trailer's construction. I plan on going for it. I know I will have to adjust our hitch. I looked at the added height for the entrance step and believe all will be fine for us. Has anyone added this option to their 21 and able to give advice on whether towing was affected?
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We've also been wrestling with this option for our 21 in production.
Pros if we don't get it : we don't break our(or in-laws) ankles, less wind resistance, lower center of gravity
Cons if we don't get it : Getting impaled somewhere
We also will have the underside insulating foam, and with a serious breakover angle at the curb when coming in off the street into our driveway.
Do you, by any chance, have the 21 clearance with the underside insulation ?
Also, thinking about a dry run with a 21 ft board here(so I don't impale the trailer at the top of the driveway on its first arrival), so would also need the distance from the trailer hitch to the trailer axles.
Any info. would be appreciated.