6X12 Width and Height

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6X12 Width and Height

Postby phoenixbound » Thu Jan 18, 2018 10:54 am

Quick question for the group. My 6 x 12 Tandem CTC is not with me right now, but I am trying estimate the space required to get it in my small carport at my Phoenix winter place. Can anyone give me a decent "guess-timate" for the actual width (including fenders and wheels) and height of their 6 x 12 CTC. I know it will be close. Just checking Thank you.

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby McDave » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:10 am

Pace 6x12 =
93" wide, 92" height, 16'3" length overall

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby hankaye » Thu Jan 18, 2018 7:13 pm

phoenixbound, Howdy;

Interstate;

H = 8' 1" (97")

W = 7' 10" (74")

OLL = 15' 9" (189")

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby McDave » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:55 pm

hankaye wrote:phoenixbound, Howdy;

Interstate;

H = 8' 1" (97")

W = 7' 10" (74")

OLL = 15' 9" (189")

hank


I think he meant w= 7'10" (94") ? or 6'2" (74") ?

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby hankaye » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:22 pm

McDave, Howdy;

hankaye wrote:
phoenixbound, Howdy;

Interstate;

H = 8' 1" (97")

W = 7' 10" (74")

OLL = 15' 9" (189")

hank



I think he meant w= 7'10" (94") ? or 6'2" (74") ?

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby McDave » Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:21 am

@ Hank,
Sorry to hear that you are under the weather. Well, you know what they say you gotta do.... Menudo para los crudos,...
Yeah, me too. But if you can get it to stay down, you will feel better. Plan "B", Blakes green chilie, cheese Lotaburger and a large hot Irish tea. 6oz. of hot tea, (Lipton, not that weird chai or green stuff) 2oz. Jameson Irish Whiskey, 2 tbs. local Clover Honey. Get that in ya for lunch and take 2 asprin and go to bed and stay there till morning. You'll feel better and you won't have to eat Tripe!
Cough and Cold medicine hasn't been worth a damn since they took Vick's Formula 44D off the market. Stick with the Jameson.
Los Arcos up in Tor C used to make a mean bowl of red chilie, but they probably won't let Rascal in. There's always Chopie's .. ;)
Hope you feel better soon,

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby hankaye » Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:59 am

McDave, Howdy;

I've been doing the Kentucky version of your "Irish tea" along with chicken soup
and lots of rest. By the way where the h**l in N.M. do ya get clover tea ??? I get
some local honey from alongside Animas Creek in Cabillo a few miles from here.
You been gone that long? I got me some Whattaburger double green chillie
cheesburgers.

I don't need to worry who will or won't allow him in anywhere any longer.
Due to failing hind quarters, and several masses around his torso I had to
have him put down last Dec 16th. RIP Rascal 08/04/2006 - 12/16/2017.
All of our lives consist of two dates connected by a dash, he made the most
of his dash.

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby McDave » Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:27 pm

@ Hank,
So sorry to her about Rascal, I know how much that hurts. Maybe a new friend will find you soon.
So, you are still fighting it I see. That's local Clover Honey (very common, alfalfa and such) and Lipton Tea and Kentucky Cure All should work nicely. A squeeze of lemon wouldn't hurt anything, either. As long as you get that chile in there somewhere you'll be alright. And yes, it will be 23yrs ago in May that I forgot to go home. Man, that was like a blink of an eye.
Get better Mr.,

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby hankaye » Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:46 am

McDave, Howdy;

Got the honey/tea/lemon juice/Henry McKenna recipe down pat.
No fever just stuffy head and scratchy throat. But I'm puttin' a
hurtin' on it ...

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Re: 6X12 Width and Height

Postby lrrowe » Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:19 pm

You probably have some good estimates here. Also have you tried to "Google" your brand for company specs? I know mine had such numbers when I was doing the research.
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