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Old 05-28-2009, 08:32 AM
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In response to US1 Fountain's comment: "You'll kick yourself settling for a smaller boat in order to save a couple days garge remodel work. Once thats done, it's done."

Its more complicated than that. I boat on a fresh water lake, my lift can accomodate up to 6600 lbs., my slip can handle a 28-29 ft. boat, and the garage is 20' x 30'. So, in my next step up in boating I figure if I stay around 28', under 5200 lbs., and I can fit it thru the garage door (I'll make the garage longer), then it is easier for my wife to say "let's do it !".

I just didn't want to have to extend the slip, buy another lift and mod the garage AND buy the boat.
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Bump.

Anybody care to add any boats to this list? I've got a detached shop that's 40ft long and parking is 20ft wide, but the door is standard height closer to 6ft 10in.
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38 cig 8' door. not unless I take the fairing off.

33outlaw would fit with most of teh air out of the tires and tongue scraping the floor .. also width wise it rubbed but it is a single door
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Originally Posted by TexomaPowerboater View Post
Bump.

Anybody care to add any boats to this list? I've got a detached shop that's 40ft long and parking is 20ft wide, but the door is standard height closer to 6ft 10in.
Hardly any performance V hulls will fit under a 7' door. Maybe some sit down V's and cats.
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I think the 30' Superboat I owned would of fit in a 6'10" opening. Towing it was nice because it was skinny and not real high.
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Old 11-26-2018, 01:29 PM
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Hardly any performance V hulls will fit under a 7' door. Maybe some sit down V's and cats.
I found a few rare birds not already on the list.

28 Saber (with the right trailer - torsion axles required)
28 Eliminator.
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Old 11-26-2018, 08:12 PM
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Originally Posted by TexomaPowerboater View Post
I found a few rare birds not already on the list.

28 Saber (with the right trailer - torsion axles required)
28 Eliminator.
yup , mine would fit no problem, torsion axle manning trailer
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