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Old 06-15-2006, 07:34 PM   #1
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Sean wanted to see the Pict's of both trailers in the garage, well, here they are. Done deal!



Notice the cutout above the door for the Terry. Thats what it took to get the Terry in. It cleared by 2" after the mod to the opening. It doesn't look like it but we got 7 1/2" out of moving the overhead door up and cutting out the opening. You will notice that the air conditioner is pretty close to the lights too. The bottom line is, an inch is as good as a mile. Don'tcha just love it! The warrior also has 1" of clearance at the rear and 2" at the front. Air conditioner clears by 1". Do you get the feeling that I live by the inch???
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Sean wanted to see the Pict's of both trailers in the garage, well, here they are. Done deal!



Notice the cutout above the door for the Terry. Thats what it took to get the Terry in. It cleared by 2" after the mod to the opening. It doesn't look like it but we got 7 1/2" out of moving the overhead door up and cutting out the opening. You will notice that the air conditioner is pretty close to the lights too. The bottom line is, an inch is as good as a mile. Don'tcha just love it! The warrior also has 1" of clearance at the rear and 2" at the front. Air conditioner clears by 1". Do you get the feeling that I live by the inch???
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Old 06-15-2006, 08:30 PM   #3
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Tom,

Holy Moly....... Fantastic

You are blessed!
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Geesh Tom....give ya an inch and ya take a mile!

Wow is that a tight fit...sorta like that historic German "lady", Frauline Guuten Tiite.

Uh oh...but I see what seems to be a "patch" of sorts under the Terry- is that 2x6 to keep the critters out?

Well good stuff there Maynard...do you still have enough garage left? and are you planning on being a two TH family for a while, or are there plans to pare down the offering?

Inquiring minds want to know!

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Well, I guess we'll keep both for awhile and use whichever one fits the need. The garage situation is getting kinda tight so I cleaned out the other garage and moved two cars over there. And you're right "eagle eye", that is indeed a patch, a 2x8 to be exact. They don't make door panels for these overheads in custom sizes so I said what the heck and just installed a board under the door, in the tracks, to seal it off. Still got to paint it to match the door so it won't stand out so much. Just have to lift it up and move it when the Terry goes in and out. More than one way to skin a cat. Bottom line, they are now both inside out of the weather!
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Super nice Tom.....I guess going bigger is out of the question.

I wish I could get mine out of the weather.

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HOly Moly, wish I had that kinda room! Nice garage, could put lots of toys in there, maybe even a car but hey this is CA nobody uses a garage for their cars do they?
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