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Old 02-01-2014, 11:47 AM   #1
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2014 Bambi 16, Honda Pilot, and 11% driveway Grade

Greetings Airstream people.
For anybody out there who was wondering about ground clearance and strike for a steep driveway, here is out story.
Our driveway has an 11% grade and things are a bit tight when we take our motorcycle trailer up and down it with our Honda Pilot.
Once of the concerns that my wife and I had before buying our Bambi 16' was if it would make it up and down the driveway without scraping. I'm pleased to say that it does. And for those of you out there who need a little extra ground clearance, some of the best advice I've heard is to make a ramp or rotate boards under the wheels to give a little extra total clearance.

And towing with a 2006 Honda 4wd is great...but thats for another thread.

Have a grand day, Dr. J

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Old 02-01-2014, 01:29 PM   #2
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Hello from a Honda Ridgeliner.
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