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Old 05-15-2020, 04:37 PM   #1
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Garage shelves with trailer!

As I mentioned, I made the garage shelves so that they were no wider than the doors to the garage. The front door is 9 foot carriage doors (a remodel) and the back is the original 8 foot lift door. The plan was to be able to back the trailer up to the back door. Reasoning two-fold: storage in front of it in the winter would be more accessible from the front doors, and I could "camp" or at least visit it with a nice view. So today I backed it in. (Note it is pretty tight!)

Turns out the open back door seen through the shelves really helps with backing as I have the guidelines I need in terms of light coming on either side of the trailer. It was much easier than before even though the space is now tighter once I'm in.
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Old 05-15-2020, 04:54 PM   #2
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Boy that is close, not an inch to spare. I guess you realize now you can not upgrade to a bigger Escape.........
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Old 05-15-2020, 05:16 PM   #3
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Boy that is close, not an inch to spare. I guess you realize now you can not upgrade to a bigger Escape.........

I can do a 17a or b but it wouldn't line up so perfectly with the back of the garage and the mudroom door. (And did I mention that if I backed an inch farther I would be stuck in the truck?) Garage is long and high enough for a 17.

Which is good because I won't be tempted to go any bigger if I do ever upgrade.
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