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  1. #1
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    Default 9' Overhead door.

    Just finishing up a 24x32 detached garage with 9' OH door. Currently in a 13LSV so I have no issues with height currently. How many of my Supra/Moomba owners can fit their boats in that size door with tower down and racks on? I understand wheels and type of racks will play a factor also. be as specific you can. Will not be in new boat market for a couple summers. Just have the wheels spinning on this currently and hoping for feedback.
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    I fit a 16 mojo with standard rim and tires through an 8’ door with 5” clearance to the board racks but my clearance is higher than actual due to a 7 degree upslope in the driveway up to the door. I also don’t have the rotating board racks which add a bit of height.

    I measured a new makai to be 97.5” tall with the tower down but you have to remove the Bimini support arms because they hit the throttle on the driver side. Hope they fix this issue soon. I figured I could fit this boat through a 8’ door but only because of my sloped driveway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PuraVida View Post
    I measured a new makai to be 97.5” tall with the tower down but you have to remove the Bimini support arms because they hit the throttle on the driver side. Hope they fix this issue soon.
    This seems CRAZY on a new designed boat, your positive it hits the throttle and can't just fold the tower?
    DFTR Josh
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    Quote Originally Posted by DFTR Josh View Post
    This seems CRAZY on a new designed boat, your positive it hits the throttle and can't just fold the tower?
    I was just as surprised as the dealer.


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    You have to put it into gear or reverse—in other words, move the lever. Then it kind-of clears. BUT: it might barely hit the vinyl armrest. Place a double-triple thick towel where it hits and it will “slide” by most likely.


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    Default 9' Overhead door.

    But yes, there is a clearance issue. But whatever, it’s got a “decent” workaround. Not ideal, but not a show stopper.


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    Supra power towers hit the drivers seat unless its full down and rotated clockwise.




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    Who puts 9ft doors in for a boat ?
    A Day at the Lake...Priceless
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    Joe V
    2012 Möbius XLV~ Loaded & Exiled
    2007 Outback V ~ sold

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    I have a '15 mojo with S tower and swivel racks, standard SS rims. I need over 9 ft clearance with tower folded. have to rent a storage during the summer b/c I cant fit it through my 8" door. I have contemplated moving so I can build a garage that'll fit my boat.
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  10. #10
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    My 2015 Mondo clears an 8 ft door with the tower down all the way and board racks turned in. When I bought the house the garage had a 7 ft door that I had converted to an 8 ft.


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