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Old 02-13-2018, 03:05 PM   #1
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Have to go to Boston tomorrow for work, Faneuil Hall area (State Street) - I haven't been able to confirm with any garages if my truck will fit (2017 XLT SCREW 4x4). Ford says 77.2" cab height. Some garages show ~6'4" clearance which would be only 76". Found 1 garage listing 6'7" (79") but seems to be cutting it close.

anyone ever drive/park down that area and have any advice?

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Park at the riverside T station and take the train in.
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