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Yep, and with plenty of room to spare!
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Kinda, but I don't have too much room once it's in.
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What garage?
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Does your Excursion fit in your garage?

 
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Old 09-13-2007, 10:07 PM
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Yep, fits fine..

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Thats not even ur garage?
 
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I don't have one
 
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Mine fits fine after I adjusted the drywall in about 1 1/2" with the front bumper but I have to take off the hitch or the kids will get racked runing to the back yard.
 
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Well since my lift, my X doesn't fit in the garage anymore.

It's amazing what can happen in 4 years!

With a few modifications to garage, it could still fit.......
 
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Toredor, an easy mod to ur garage, is just to make ur truck fit by driving it in there without caring what will happen to ur roof
 
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those who fit must have 8 ft clearance on their garage doors and one large garage door opening.
 
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Yep, fits in the same bay right beside my F150! I have a 16' wide door, and 7' tall opening. Clearance on the top is real tight, but no problems yet. The antenna has boogered up the board that runs across the top of the door, and some of the off white paint has rubbed onto the antenna.
 
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Mine did fit in the garage. Before I moved in my work bench and other crapola. Now ther e is only room for the Mustang.
 
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We had the Ex when we were building our house, 9' ceilings carry over to the garage, AND I have an 8'x16' garage door, I used the tape measure and added length to the garage so it is 28' deep. Except now the 63 ****** Jeep I bought and the JohnDeer, and my KTM, and the VW, all have priority and are in the garage. Wilbur, that is the Ex's name only gets in when it is time for his oil change or brakes or some maintenance!
 
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my excursion and expedition fit well in my garage, i have plenty of room for the doors to swing open, the only thing is i have to pull the front bumper up to the wall for the excursion and pull off the trailer hitch off. garage size is 24x 28
 
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nope but it fit just perfect on the side!!
 
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My wifes focus just fits in the garage. My head almost brushes the bottom of the open garage door... so I will not even try my ex entering that confined space we call a garage.
 
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Both my f350 and X fit. When I built the house I measured my pickup to make sure I had the garage deep enough. Now that we have the X though my wifes taurus and the X get the garage for winter.

I was thinking about taking out the side workbench and seeing if I could get all 3 in. My pickup has really gotten spoiled in 60 degree comfort when it's sub zero outside.
 
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I was thinking of buying one of these one day and if I do, I can just drive my X right in

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