Danny H: From your comments it would appear that you are more interested in total height , will it fit into the garage as opposed to interior height? The overall height will depend in part on what has bene done with the axle
. Some Compact trailers have been raised by flipping the axle
, the axle
is on the "bottom" of the leaf springs which give more ground clearance which is helpful on less developed roads. Others are on the "top" of the leaf springs resulting in lower clearances. Larry and Carrie rejuvenated a compact junior and put on a straight axle . Search "Compact juniors" with the search function of this board and you should find pictures.Tom Trostel on this board has pictures showing his trailer fitting into his garage. When I bought my trailer the previous owner stored the trailer in his garage but he did have to let some air out of his tires
to get it under the door and then used a compressor to re-inflate the tires
when he brought it out.
It has also been suggested that the tires
be replaced by empty rims and a trailer could be rolled into a garage on rims, not something you would want to do every time but may be helpful for winter storage etc.