I am looking at the Pinnacle 36 FBTS and noticed that it has two length dimensions specified. One is the "Travel Length" which is 39'1" and the other is evidently an overall length at 40'8". I have not seen this difference on other RV's from other makers. My question is, when comparing to other RV's, which length do I use? My wife is concerned about owning a RV over 40' as that seems to be the cutoff for a lot of State Park Campgrounds. Also, is there any appreciable difference in backing say a Jayco that has a travel length of 39'1" vice a Montana that has a length of 39'2". When I went to the Good Sam Web site and was looking for a quote for insurance, it rated the 36FBTS at 39'2". So, it evidently is taking the "travel length" as the rated length (within 1")
. When I looked at the 36FBTS, you could tell that the pin is recessed so you have more overhang in front of the pin. Does this overhang make a difference in maneuvering, backing and towing? I realize this is down in the weeds, but it is important to the DW.