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Old 06-07-2010, 04:17 PM   #21
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Guess you don't use that door much...
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lol, the Izusu Acender BARELY fits in the garage; there's no way my F1's going to fit

It sucks having to wash the truck all the time... freek'n rain spots all over it...
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I would put up a rubber treadmill mat and just back/bump into the wall every time. I have to do that at the GFS sisters place. I just pull in until my plate hits the cabinet.
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That's what she said.
Thinking the same thing. HAHA, you beat me to it.
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Same issue here. I had the salesman ride with me to the house and make sure it fits. It was too much hassle to fold the windows in every time. There are also two poles in the garage that make me lose about a foot of space. Would be nice if those weren't there.... So parking on the driveway it is.
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And I thought I had issues with about a foot to spare in my garage... Ill stop complaining now lol
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Same issue here. I had the salesman ride with me to the house and make sure it fits. It was too much hassle to fold the windows in every time. There are also two poles in the garage that make me lose about a foot of space. Would be nice if those weren't there.... So parking on the driveway it is.
I made the salesman ride with me as well before I pulled the trigger on the deal. He decided he wanted to be the one to park it though. I kept telling him to keep it coming, still got some space left. He didn't believe me and kept saying "I have to be there by now...." Anyway, it finally fit. He was pretty tickled when I closed the door behind it. SOLD!
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I'm going to make the attempt soon. I have to move the beer fridge, the 60 gal air compressor, the workbench, etc. Sigh. It's HOT outside. Can you see why I haven't done it yet?

I do hate my truck being so dirty though.
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