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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 10-04-2003, 02:29 PM
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Does your Excursion fit in your garage?

Does your Excursion fit in your garage? Not to gloat or anything, but mine fits with a little room to spare.
 

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Mine fits with room to spare.
(Of course my garage is 40' X 66')
 
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Mine is OK
even a bit of room to spare
 
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Old 10-04-2003, 10:57 PM
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Mine fits and I can walk all the way around it. I got lucky, because when I bought it, I was not sure.
 
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Mine fits. Its tight getting it in, but I have pleanty of room once it is in.
 
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Standard garage and fits ! Even with westin bull bar on front...

But I would recomend if building to add three foot to the garage length like I did on my last home...
Wroks better for ALL things, not just Ex's...
 
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Old 10-05-2003, 10:53 AM
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My X is just a silly inch too tall. Of course the eight inch mobile phone antenna mounted on the roof might not like it either.
 
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not a chance with the winch, lift and spare one the back
 
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I was concerned about this. I tore off a small piece of trim and took the truck to my house to try and park it on one of my test drives. It fit except for the radio antenna, so I bought the truck and put on a new short antenna.
 
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OK where did ya get a short antenna, mine whacks the door also
 
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Auto Zone has several. A "limp" piece of rubber and a "spiral"coil. I chose the latter. Looks and works fine.

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How long/tall are they
 
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The "coil" one is 15 1/2". Has a 7 "coil" wrap about 1/3 the way up from the bottom. The "rubber" one is about 12", looks like a "limp p-----" at 70mph, didn't like it, it however worked well. With other one I can receive Chicago on AM 150 miles away.

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Mine does too! If it weren't for that concrete "lift" into my garage, I don't think the antenna would hit.
 

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