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Old 06-24-2011, 10:51 AM   #15
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What you can't tell from the pictures is the is a 90 degree turn into the garage. It was ok with a smaller truck, but not now. On the back of this garage is a 14' wide shelter that runs the length of the garage. It looking like I am going to park the new truck back there. I am atleast two years from getting a new truck. It is also $2300 for the door and many problems changing the header. We do live in a hurrcaine area and the 20ft door does not pass the windloading for the area. I have thought about changing the first and second door to the left with a 18 ft door that meet wind loading and less header problems. Dianne's car a Ford Edge is close but not like the truck. We keep it in the third door to the right. I was wanting to change that and the middle door as a 20 foot door would fit perfect. I would only have to take out the middle between the doors. Nobody should ever get a 9 wide door too close.

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Old 06-25-2011, 10:47 AM   #16
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You have a 14' shelter. Seems you already have your solution.

At least it gives you time to think a little more about it. A sharp insurance adjuster may disallow any non-code modifications.


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