Well, here's MY delli-lamma, LOL!!
We are plannin a move into a 'townhouse' (hopefully with a two vehicle garage and hopeing we can squeeze our Trillium into one side).
Today, I leveled the trailer and measured from the top of the vent to the ground (using a 4' long level to keep that level issue going on...) and came up with a height of 7' 5"!! I have 14" wheels on and I believe Trilliums came with 13's??? So, if I replace the wheels with 'stock' height wheels, this will only reduce my height by 1/2 inch. I also looked at using a pair of car dollies (spoken about in another related thread) but I cannot figure out how to use them without ruining something. The most logic way to place them under my trailer for usage would cause the small diameter rod that conneects the two outter edges of the dolly to collapse because one of them would be right under the torsion bar and the rim NEEDS to fit in the trough in the middle of the dolly. If I turn the dolly sideways under the trailer (making the two connecting rods parallel with the axle) and lower the trailer onto the dollys that way would cause the axle
itself to be craddled on the very top of the dolly....(safe/good for the axle
??) .....another issue is to put two dollys to use, I NEED to raise the trailer from a centeral point, making sure it does not rock, sway or lean too far in either side to side direction.
The other way to store the trailer in the garage might be to deflate the tires (and with 6 plys, that might not cause much of a height reduction either) or, get a pair of 'sacrafice' wheels and mount them without tires and use them to move the trailer in and out of the garage, necessitating a wheel swap whenever we decide to use the trailer!!!
This height clearance issue is important to us, as we don't want to store the trailer outside and most storage places around here do NOT have the needed door opening clearance for ANY trailer(s).
When we have gone looking at various townhouses, the agent(s) are most perplexed that I/we are so fixated on garage door opening height. Anyone got any 'other ' ideas for storage???