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    • Ones I have been looking at state 8' walls. Ceiling vaulted so yes, fan would be ladder. Cabinets couldn't be over 8'. 
    • Ceiling height at the center is 11-12', 9' or more at the sides depending upon how old they are.  There are still some flatroof one left, that look like wide trailers, but very, very few.    Full size ladder required to get up high enough to clean off the ceiling fan arms. Cabinets are over 8 ft with storage on the top.  
    • Ours was underpinned with hitch and wheels removed, and still classified as "mobile".  Folks that attached theirs to concrete piers or slabs, or especially if they added an addition that was fixed to the ground (essentially "built the park model in") lost that classification.  The definition may vary based on the particular appraisal district that evaluates your property. 
    • For airing tires and such, connecting to the red brake line works fine. As mentioned above, you have to push the red knob in to supply air to that line. There is enough restriction through the various valves that you can’t really get enough flow to use most air tools well. I have a hose reel mounted between my headboard and the cab. 50’ of hose hidden away, I have not had any issues with the reel yet. My hose reel is hard plumbed to one of the air tanks with a ball valve before the reel. I keep the valve closed so I don’t have to worry about the hose blowing and loosing air. Volvos with an Ishift have a pretty stout air compressor. Other configurations, some are good, some are a bit lacking. Tires- the front tires have enough load on them you need to be @ 100-105 psi. The rear you can run softer, for me 75 psi is as low as I will go. The rims have taper beads, and you can knock a bead off the rime fairly easily at lower pressures. Lower pressures reduce the basketball effect on the rear tires, especially with wide base singles.
    • Look on the back side of the dry tank. There is probably an un-used and capped access port.
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