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Old 12-31-2008, 12:37 AM   #1
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Thinking of getting a carport from TNT for my Sunline...

also for my firewood, any else have one and any tips and or advice? I'm thinking 12" should do it.

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Old 12-31-2008, 07:39 AM   #2
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I currently have 2 TNT carports and my son has one. Actually the one my son has is the original my now-X got me for christmas about 10 years ago, and when we divorced, the carport was moved to our sons home before our house was sold.

I have a double port for the truck & it used to also house moms carand I have the one for Sunny, that one is 14' wide by 28' long, with 9'legs.

That width gives me the room I needed as I back in from an angle. It is just barely the TOTAL length of Sunny, tip of tongue to back of spare tire.

These pictures were before I had the full 3" lift done on Sunny, but after the lift I still fit fine, I just make sure I centered Sunny better.





It really IS the way to protect you Sunny investment.

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Old 12-31-2008, 08:43 AM   #3
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Thank you so much Kitty, that is beautiful. Did you get a certified one or the regular? I believe the certified just uses better stakes as well as more supports to handle snow loads but I could be wrong, they are having a sale now if you call them direct you get an extra 5% off.

I think I'll go tall but not as tall as I was going to after seeing yours and of course wide to shelter our wood for the winter and to keep it out of the rain. Heck maybe I should just get two and take the RV cover with me when I move. Was it a big deal to move it?

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