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you really are the man.. how deep is you garage? i have a feeling i won't be able to close my garage door if i stuck a tundra in it..


I can measure if you would like.

I have an inch or less on top when pulling in

and probably about 2 inches in the front and 2 inches in the rear once im in

plenty of room IMO

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i have no lift or anything and my DC bed sits about a foot out of the garage. I wish I could park there haha


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Mines fit with 2 feet to spare. I use the 3rd bay. I have an extended and expanded garage. It's hard to find a buider to fit todays trucks in the garage. Photobucket change their appearance and also dropped my pics.





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Forgot I do have to close the mirrors because it's too close to call.


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Mine fits, I keep it there. Otherwise, the birds have a crap orgy all over my Nautical blue finish. I do have to keep the garage very organized.

It took a while for my wife to learn how to park precisely in the garage. If either vehicle is out of place, it doesn't work. During this learning process it got so heated, I thought we were going to have to get his and her lawyers.


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That's why I gave her by the boat....It has more room.... If I took it I would have to move the fridge over to her side.


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I can measure if you would like.

I have an inch or less on top when pulling in

and probably about 2 inches in the front and 2 inches in the rear once im in

plenty of room IMO

i measure the space i have open.. i can fit up to 17'-8" a vehicle without having to move and re-arrange the garage.. how long is the Tundra DC? Does anybody try to squeeze their truck in the garage and leave the garage door open (in the case of the truck not fitting all the way)?
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i measure the space i have open.. i can fit up to 17'-8" a vehicle without having to move and re-arrange the garage.. how long is the Tundra DC? Does anybody try to squeeze their truck in the garage and leave the garage door open (in the case of the truck not fitting all the way)?
A DC is around 19'1".


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My DC 4x4 fits just fine in my garage along with 2 other cars, 3 atvs and a bunch of other stuff but then again my garage is 30x60.
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I can't fit mine. If I only had about one more foot to spare... Luckily I have a pretty decent tree over the portion of my driveway (help fend off the inevitable hail storm). However, the birds nesting in the tree are crapping all over my bed. They may have to go!

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Not to mention limbs breaking off.....


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26' wide by 24' deep. Fits the Tundra CM and a Nissan Xtrail with a work bench on one side. I do however fold the mirrors in, just to give my wife more room to park the Nissan.
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I dont think my dad, can stick his new tundra in his garage. im not even sure about this one.
Thats cuz you guys have a ton of crap in there!
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I could fit with my DC only on 1 side but the TOY sits in the driveway cause the garage is taken with my wifes dblcab taco and my bimmer(i mean our bimmer lol)
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