Can I fit a Tige' 21V Rider editon is my garage?

Can I fit a Tige' 21V Rider editon is my garage?

Post by Freakalo » Tue, 12 Oct 1999 04:00:00


I have a 24' garage.  I know it will be a close fit.  Anyone out there
with a 21' tige who can tell me how long it is from the tip of the
trailer to the back of the boat?

Thanks

 
 
 

Can I fit a Tige' 21V Rider editon is my garage?

Post by Mike Mas » Tue, 12 Oct 1999 04:00:00

I don't know the boat but we have a Malibu Sunsetter VLX that is 21' with
out the swim platform in a 21'4" garage.  Have your dealer order a swing
away trailer and specify in your contrat that it has to fit in your garage.
It take us about 5 minutes to pop off the swim platform and unbolt the
trailer and its in the garage with no problems.

Mike
www.ninovan.com


Quote:
> I have a 24' garage.  I know it will be a close fit.  Anyone out there
> with a 21' tige who can tell me how long it is from the tip of the
> trailer to the back of the boat?

> Thanks


 
 
 

Can I fit a Tige' 21V Rider editon is my garage?

Post by DOUG-PAR.. » Wed, 13 Oct 1999 04:00:00



Quote:
> I have a 24' garage.  I know it will be a close fit.  Anyone out there
> with a 21' tige who can tell me how long it is from the tip of the
> trailer to the back of the boat?

> Thanks

Yes you can.  I have a 23 foot garage and my fits.

But here is what your going to need.

First make sure it has the removable Platform option (No addition
charge).

Second the tailor will need a removable or swing tongue.  (Removable
tongue on a Prestige tailor was $250 extra).

Last your going to love that boat.

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Can I fit a Tige' 21V Rider editon is my garage?

Post by Pete Harriso » Wed, 13 Oct 1999 04:00:00

Hi,
I have a 2100V Ltd (same size as the riders edition) on an Eagle custom
tandem trailer.
When the boat is all the way on the trailer, and the teak swim platform
removed (which takes about 15 sec) and the TAPS plate down, it measures
23'11" from the tip of the trailer hitch to the back of the TAPS plate. I
don't have a swing away tongue on the trailer but obviously it would help.
Also, the part of the trailer that has the winch on it on my trailer could
be moved forward about 8 inches, but moving it forward more than 4 inches
would leave the bunks extending past the TAPS plate.
A word of caution: Make sure your garage door is wide enough and high
enough. I have a 10 wide door and I can back it in usually on the first or
second try, but there is not a lot of extra room with the 100 inch beam.
Measure carefully.
Lastly : enjoy the boat. Its a great choice.

Quote:
> I have a 24' garage.  I know it will be a close fit.  Anyone out there
> with a 21' tige who can tell me how long it is from the tip of the
> trailer to the back of the boat?

> Thanks