<VV> Van/Rampside Height Reqs for Enclosed Trailer.

Rob Landers YS-114 at charter.net
Sat May 2 16:01:37 EDT 2020

My trailer has an 54" wide escape door above the driver's side wheel well.  Highly recommended even for our passenger Corvairs.  For my cars on autocross tires, I had to build up the floor with 2x12 ramps to ensure the bottom of the door clears so would have to take out for FC's.  I also load my cars as much to the right side as possible.  That gives about 6" more room on the driver's side.

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From: VirtualVairs <virtualvairs-bounces at corvair.org> On Behalf Of Gary Moore via VirtualVairs
Sent: Saturday, May 2, 2020 2:42 PM
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Subject: Re: <VV> Van/Rampside Height Reqs for Enclosed Trailer.

Rob take into consideration the need to steer the FC into and out of the trailer. If you drive the truck into the trailer can you get out? Is there enough room to walk next to the truck steering it while pulling or pushing it into the trailer. You will need an entrance/exit plan. Gary M  _______________________________________________
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