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Old 08-01-2019, 05:27 AM   #1
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New Member with question 17 ft Casita dimensions

Hello all,

This will be my first official post on the forum. I have only been a member here only for a short time but enjoy many of the threads as there is a wealth of info and knowledge here.

As a previous owner of a 2005 Casita in which I sold a few years later I am right back at it and have ordered a 2019 17ft Casita Liberty Deluxe which I will pick up in Rice,TX early Jan 2020. Retiring at years end and plan to travel the country in Jan 2020.

As I make preparations for my camper at my home base I would like to pour small smaller concrete pads so to level the unit when not traveling. I am looking for (2) dimensions to help me with this task. Approximate lengths: 1st, From the ball on the tongue to the center axle. 2nd, the dimension from the center/center of the tire. See attachment

Appreciate the help Alan
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Old 08-01-2019, 09:48 AM   #2
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My 2013 SD dimensions are 11'-2" from ball to axle and 5'5" center of wheel to center of wheel. Have fun in your travels.
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My 2013 SD dimensions are 11'-2" from ball to axle and 5'5" center of wheel to center of wheel. Have fun in your travels.
Jon, Thanks so much this will be very helpful
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for your pads, you probably want axle to JACK, not to the ball, if you're doing 3 small pads rather than one large one. my casita 16's jack is 10" behind the ball center, and I suspect the 17 has the same tongue. my escape 21 is 11" for what thats worth.
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Old 08-05-2019, 08:22 AM   #5
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Wink Pads?

We simply had a 10'x28' pad added to our "turn-around"..so it wd accomodate virtually any TT we might buy. We had our pad "sloped away from the house" for drainage purposes and we level the TT with a single levelling block when 'parking' it. Works for us bks we are selling our 17 Casita and buying a Escape 21 to haul grandkids along ;-).
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