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Old 02-05-2021, 09:14 PM   #1
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Two 4 Wheelers & 2 Dirt Bikes - Garage Size?

Anyone have this and what size garage is needed?
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I am assuming by 4 wheelers you mean quads? I have a garage that is 10 feet deep. I can place two quads up against the front wall (a small sport quad and a large utility quad), and strap down a dirt bike sideways behind them. If I wanted another sideways dirt bike, I would prolly need another 2-3 feet. So I would say a 12-13 foot garage would be needed. Unless you can strap the quads down vertically, on their back-sides. I have never done that, but some people have, and it saves a lot of floor space. Here is my setup when I haul 2 quads and one dirt bike:
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Depending on the bikes it can be done in a 12' garage, but if you have the option, I'd look for 13 or 14. Bigger is always better. Sure you can squeeze them into a tighter space, but it's really not much fun. And it does get old, having to stack everything so tight, and having no room to move around stuff to strap it down.
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