Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MTBLAZER89, Dec 28, 2005.
and it fits
I really hate small garages.
nice fit, and nice looking truck, i really cant wait to drive mine now!
whats the lift and tire combo on that thing? looks sweet.
37's on ~4"
This new garage is really hard to get used to. I loved my old garage.
At least it's not a burb. I have to back my burb in because of the step in the back of the garage and I have less than 6" play total front and back. There's a nice black stripe on the back wall from my bumper trim. I just don't have that much patience.
Base housing? When we used to live in base housing the garages were always small.
You have christmas lights though!
i love mine.... 1700sqft, 2 8x12 doors on the front and one 8x12 door on the back. 110v and 220v for both welders, swamp coolers, tons of lighting... coming from a 1 acre yard with no garage at all... ill take the 1'2 acre cut in size and be happy with my garage.
That's 4X the garage I have - I can't even fit my Camaro into mine
Nice lookin' rig
It has to be better than no garage at all . What's the meassurements of that garage? I'm building one right know and I'm curious of how it will look with the truck in it.
Feel lucky! I had to take the tires and wheels off mine, and it still scrapped the top going into the garage!
even if I could fit my burb into my garage, I am still not allowed to use power tools
Local ordinance against air tools or electric ones? Air tools I can understand, it being California. Electric tools, then California's snob patrol has done it again. Then pretty soon out in California you won't be able to even use BFH to remove stuff because of noise ordinances.
Yeah probably get busted for that, but can't get the cops to care about the mariachi (sp?) or rap music blaring from 2 blocks away at 2am. Boy am I glad to be out of the PR of CA and back in the good ole' US of A even if AZ is in the midst of an invasion from CA.
crank up some rap music, then fire up the air compressor....................
That might work.
Back on topic. What is the ideal garage size?
60x120, not a square foot less.
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