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Old 01-17-2013, 09:40 PM
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Question Will the crew cab fit in a 20' deep garage??

Haven't "test parked" one yet, but I'm supposed to head to Chicago to make my purchase tomorrow. Read online that the crew cab is 229" long. 19.08 feet. Measuredy garage and its exactly 20 feet wall to door. Is the 229" w thebumpers included? I'm assuming so?

Anyone have a 20 deep garage that can shed some light for me?

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My garage is 21' 2" and I can get it in with space to go around it in the front. You should be fine. Just make sure you take off the ball hitch before you close the garage door! (yes, I have experience with this one!)
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Mine would just fit but I don't have the clearance overhead.
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7ft garage door should be fine though shouldn't it?
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Yes, 7 foot door will work fine. Mine is slightly under 7 feet and I have truck lifted 6" and 37" tires. I get in with 1.5 inches to spare!
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