Re: Dimensional Data  wrong assumptions
Robert kirkham
Is it the width at those heights?
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Rob
On Sep 5, 2020, at 11:01 AM, Aley, Jeff A <Jeff.A.Aley@...> wrote: Hi Folks, The dimensional data in the attached image doesn’t make sense to me. I tried to puzzle it out using the ORER, but no luck. Obviously I have a wrong assumption somewhere. Here’s my thinking and you can tell me where I’ve gone wrong: EX. W 10 – 5 is the Extreme Width of the car. It’s the widest point of the car. H. 131 is the Extreme Height of the car. It’s the highest point on the car (over the running board or brakewheel). E.W. 94 is the Eave Width of the car. It’s how wide the car is at the eaves, so one will know if it’ll clear a canopy on a loading dock. H. 140 is the height of the car at the eaves, again so that it can clear a canopy. How can the Eave Height be 140, which is greater than the Extreme Height of 131? Obviously I’ve misunderstood something, but what? BTW, the ORER gives the “Height, To Extreme Height” as 148. So what, then, is the “H 131” next to the EX. W?? I don’t think it’s a stencilling error, as I see a similar discrepancy on a UP A5021. Thanks for your help, Jeff

