Originally Posted by moparjohn
Thanks, finnally found it too, I hope this hieght includes A/C, bringing home my 72 Tradewind today, one underpass to go through. MPJ
To be most accurate, the height also depends on the axle condition.
Some owners increase the axle starting angle when replacing the axles.
The limit, according to Airstream and Henschen, is not more than 35 degrees.
35 degrees will raise the trailer an additional 1 1/2 inches above the original axles when new.
However, a few owners have gone with 45 degree starting angles, which will raise the trailer even moreso.
On the other hand, if the axles are original, in this case, the height could be 2 to 3 inches less than original specs.