You might be confusing Meridian limits with Horizon Limits.Fortunately I have a very clear view of the sky and don't need specific limits,More importantly, you have not defined the actual meridian limits of the telescope
Horizon limits are used to define the area of the sky the telescope can view.
Meridian limits define how far you can, or want, to allow the mount to slew or track from the meridian,. The limit is usually set to be just before a counterweight-up pier collision would occur.
The set of Meridian Limits can, and likely will, be different between different telescopes on the same mount because each telescope and its accessories have different dimensions. It is a set of limits instead of a single limit because the meridian limit at each declination can change.