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How many of you can fit your Tundra in your garage?

Just curious as to how many can actually fit their trucks in their garage. I'm still debating whether to get the Tundra DC SR5. Being the neat freak I am when it comes to my cars, I would hate to make a purchase and leave it under the weather. Please post some pics. Tnx
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i do! and i even have a 6" lift





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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..
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I dont think my dad, can stick his new tundra in his garage. im not even sure about this one.


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I can fit my CrewMax in the garage with the tailgate down and the garage door closed and still be able to walk around it. My garage is like 25 feet deep on the sides and 30 feet deep in the center (3 car garage), with 12 foot ceilings. I think the doors are tall enough to fit the truck if it had a 12 inch lift, but I haven't measured it. I don't have many pictures of the truck in the garage. Here is one I took of the billet grill on the truck. As you can see below, it's parked all the way in the garage and you can see the door rails on the other side. There's a movable compressor on the back wall on that side of the garage, but I can park it in there and leave room in front and back to get around the truck.



The house was built by the developer who developed the entire neighborhood. He drove a long bed crew cab diesel truck and wanted it to fit in the garage. There are lots of truck owners around here so having a garage big enough to fit the truck in is somewhat common.


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I Can Fit My Dbl Cab In My Garage. It Is Tight. I Have To Fold The Side Mirrors In On Both Sides To Go Into The Garage And Once I Am In I Have About 7 Inches In Both The Front And Back Of Clearance. It Is A Older Garage And Is Average Size. If Nothing Else Get A Carport And A Truck Cover.
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I have a single car garage. I could probably get my truck in there if I didn't have a lot of other junk in there.
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I have an extra wide, extra deep two car garage. Bummer is it has two doors and they are not very high. I could barely squeeze my DC in from a width/height perspective if I folded the mirrors in with plenty of room to spare on length but since I put the leveling kit on it's just a smidge too high to get it in.
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Mine fits too.

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If I took my ball mount off, folded in the mirrors, and exited through a window then I'd be able to do it.
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I can fit mine, mine is not lifted, but it is a long bed, but I don't have a back wall, or a door, but the weather doesn't touch it

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The first night I came home with it I had to raise my shelves so that the front-end could fit underneath (I built the shelves, suppoted from the ceiling and wall according to my Tahoe dimensions). I have just an inch of spare-room length wise. Does anyone else have license-plate bolt-holes on the rear wall of their garage? With only an inch clearance I tend to "carress" the wall sometimes

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I tried parking the beast in there last night and it didnt go well. It could fit but I gotta clean everything off the back wall and get about 2 inches from it and the g door. to close for comfort


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Easy As Pie........ Its 28 Feet Deep 38 Feet Wide And Has 10 Foot Cielings

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im too nervous about trying to see if mine fits because i have double den door doors. i think it might but way to much of a pain in the ass to fold the mirrors everytime i get home and leave
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