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Old 02-16-2019, 10:56 AM   #1
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321 RSTS exterior height

Has anyone done an actual measurement of the exterior height of the 2019 321 RSTS with the front AC. Jayco has stated that it is 13’ 4”. RV USA reports 13’ 5”. Looking for measurement hitched to TV
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It depends on if there is a second bedroom A/C unit. With the second AC unit attached to the truck, F350, we are 13’6” on the money. Our rig is level when hooked up and of course that makes a difference as well.
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Mine was 13’8”. I called Jayco and told them it was over the 13’ 6” legal limit. They authorized my dealer to put on a low profile AC. Height is now 13’1”. I see I the specifications on line that Jayco is now putting low profile AC on the front as standard.
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Old 02-16-2019, 11:37 AM   #4
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You need to measure your trailer hitched up and ready to roll. Height will vary truck to truck and trailer to trailer. Options, pin high, pin Low, tire sizes, bed clearance, hitch and pin box adjustments, ac low profile vs stand height, etc. Also what holes the trailer suspension is in. Definitely can't go by others, need to do your own measurements. Factory specs are rarely accurate.


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Yes, good point and when I hook mines up this is what I'm going to do.
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As Mopar Earl stated, your FW needs to be hooked to your tow vehicle and level.
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If buying a carport be careful. I bought a 14 ft tall at center A frame. Guess what 14 at center is not tall enough, and failed to realize my new Eagle wouldn’t fit. We bought the carport first and then the 321 RSTS. At least I measured camper and I had 13’5 to 13’6 not hooked up on TV.
Could have been a Real train wreck. So had to add 2 foot extensions on every leg and at 40ft long it cost over 2,400 more. So measure twice. Costly mistake.
Never measured on TV but expect it would be higher. Never thought about calling Jayco as I always figured it was my screw up
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Wow, JayBees it's a good thing that you didn't tow your 5th wheel in thinking that you had enough height.
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