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    Measuring Stick

    We have a wooden dowel cut to length of the largest slide width and marked for the width of the two smaller slides. We keep it under the back seat in the truck and use it to measure the campsite before setting up.

    We've gotten lots of comments on this, so thought I would share.

    Just a couple of engineers...

    Kay & Dave - Virginia Beach, VA
    Golden Retriever Molly - Been swimming in 28 states
    2019 Solitude 310GK
    2019 GMC Denali CC/LB SRW
    Previous rig: 2014 Reflection 303RLS #314 and 2008 Silverado 2500 D/A

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    I do the same thing, but with my broom handle.

    I always carry a broom, and have rings on the handle for the depth of my slides.

    I walk around and check each slide before I unhook from the truck to check for clearance on trees and utility posts.
    Steve- Inventory Manager at Tom Schaeffer's RV, Shoemakersville, PA
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    2021 Reflection 310RLS

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