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Old 02-09-2020, 03:48 AM   #41
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If by getting the floor done, you mean epoxy or some similar coating, do it after. They may need to do concrete work, depending on what lift you eventually end up with.

Also, living around a four post lift is HORRIBLE.
When you say horrible can you please explain a little more
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When you say horrible can you please explain a little more
If you think it’s bad to have a little difficulty opening the door, or having to back into the garage, how much worse would it be to have a big metal post to run into in the front of your garage?
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If you think it’s bad to have a little difficulty opening the door, or having to back into the garage, how much worse would it be to have a big metal post to run into in the front of your garage?
Got it .. if I understanding it correctly you are saying the possibility of driving the car into one of the posts when parking the car ... correct ?

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Got it .. if I understanding it correctly you are saying the possibility of driving the car into one of the posts when parking the car ... correct ?
Do your garage doors slide open left and right? or roll up into the posts?
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Got it .. if I understanding it correctly you are saying the possibility of driving the car into one of the posts when parking the car ... correct ?
Also walking into. But yes. stick a 2x4 in the middle of the garage door and think about how annoying that feels.
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Do your garage doors slide open left and right? or roll up into the posts?
They open up and down on railings.
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