Will big yellow with 2" lift / 37's fit in the garage?

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I just did some semi-accurate measurements, knowing the installed tire height on big yellow and it looks to be just over 81". 81" is my garage height, so if you want this setup this may help. Also, the KM3's look to be short for 37's, so there's that too.

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I just did some semi-accurate measurements, knowing the installed tire height on big yellow and it looks to be just over 81". 81" is my garage height, so if you want this setup this may help. Also, the KM3's look to be short for 37's, so there's that too.

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I think it will fit without the light bar and rack for sure.
And yes, the KM3s run small, like 35.8'ish for the 37 inch variant.
 
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I have too many vehicles. Gotta go in the garage. Im good with 35's. The Boss wants 37's.
I have too many as well. My wife’s vehicles and my motorcycles get to sleep indoors, but my vehicles only come in to get worked on. Some are just too tall to fit anyway.
 
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I have too many as well. My wife’s vehicles and my motorcycles get to sleep indoors, but my vehicles only come in to get worked on. Some are just too tall to fit anyway.
Exactly my situation. Wife's car and my bikes in the garage, me and the kids park outside. And who decided standard garage dimensions were sufficient? Guy must have only owned Priuses.
 
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It’ll fit. You just need to air down to about 10 psi each time.
I'll have on board air, so it may be a possibility.
 

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One of my good friends has a built rock crawling jeep with huge tires and bit lift. He installed an ATV winch underneath which compresses the suspension so he can get through the garage door, then once inside he can release it.
 
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One of my good friends has a built rock crawling jeep with huge tires and bit lift. He installed an ATV winch underneath which compresses the suspension so he can get through the garage door, then once inside he can release it.
Wow. That's cool. I'll be running a Warn, so not a bad idea.
 

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I have 35 and 2.5” lift. It fits in garage but not if my CB antenna is installed. Plus there are some casinos out here I can’t drive into the parking garage. Airport garage is close but ok on clearance. Just consider places where you may drive to consider overhead clearance.
 
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I have a 2" and 35's on my FX4 and it barely gets through.
 

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One of my good friends has a built rock crawling jeep with huge tires and bit lift. He installed an ATV winch underneath which compresses the suspension so he can get through the garage door, then once inside he can release it.
Wow. Dual purpose suck down winch!
 

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