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    Quote Originally Posted by MrPea View Post
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    Its 2.4m x 5.0m Thats not the problem , its the top half of the end of the garage thats missing because the stairs are behind it .
    Still, the nose should fit under it i recon . It's just i have nowhere to put a freezer and a tumble dryer in the house, So im going to buy a fridge sized freezer and am going to put them on a shelf above the bonnet

    ....what could possibly go wrong ?
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    Why don't you use the 4200 to test it first??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacus View Post
    Its 2.4m x 5.0m Thats not the problem , its the top half of the end of the garage thats missing because the stairs are behind it .
    Still, the nose should fit under it i recon . It's just i have nowhere to put a freezer and a tumble dryer in the house, So im going to buy a fridge sized freezer and am going to put them on a shelf above the bonnet

    ....what could possibly go wrong ?
    Can't you get rid of the stairs and buy a ladder?
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    So to use the appliance or get your frozen fish fingers...you have to go for a drive then!
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    My garage is tight and it’s only a spyder! I have a mat stuck on the wall where the door opens to protect the paint, my bonnet goes under a bench, it’s very snug....

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Walker View Post
    Why don't you use the 4200 to test it first??
    I will , but i need to clear the garage yet . Its choka block ;P
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    Quote Originally Posted by safrane View Post
    So to use the appliance or get your frozen fish fingers...you have to go for a drive then!
    Yep , that means a blast every wash day , or every time im drunk and need to get some ice from the freezer ;P
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    Just stick your freezer and tumble dryer in the shed and run a feed down, simples.

    Ps you should get a job drawing up new Dachia’s with your efforts above you would breeze into the job.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacus View Post
    Just working out if my GS will fit in my garage . Its going to be tight , and ill have to go to the launrette to wash my clothes from now on . ha ha

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