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Looking over the specs of both the colorado in zr2 form is almost 10inches shorter than the Canyon, seems they don't have all the dimension down yet. I like to get a AT4X but it looks like it maybe too tall to fit in my garage....:(
 

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Looking over the specs of both the colorado in zr2 form is almost 10inches shorter than the Canyon, seems they don't have all the dimension down yet. I like to get a AT4X but it looks like it maybe too tall to fit in my garage....:(
That stinks. In my current house I made sure that all of my garage doors were a foot wider and a foot taller to more easily fit full size vehicles. Good thing I did because my Sierra AT4 barely fits. I only have like 2" on each side of the mirrors. I'm not sure how much room I have up top, but the antenna does not hit.
 

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Looking over the specs of both the colorado in zr2 form is almost 10inches shorter than the Canyon, seems they don't have all the dimension down yet. I like to get a AT4X but it looks like it maybe too tall to fit in my garage....:(
Say what? The overall lengths of the Colorado and Canyon differ by 0.2 inches. The Colorado is 213 inches (5410 mm) in overall length; the Canyon is 213.2 inches (5415 mm) in overall length. The wheelbases of the two trucks are identical at 131 inches (3338 mm).
 

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Looking over the specs of both the colorado in zr2 form is almost 10inches shorter than the Canyon, seems they don't have all the dimension down yet. I like to get a AT4X but it looks like it maybe too tall to fit in my garage....:(
You're out of your mind. Page 64 for the Canyon and 68 for the Colorado show their dimensions as the same.
 

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Looking over the specs of both the colorado in zr2 form is almost 10inches shorter than the Canyon, seems they don't have all the dimension down yet. I like to get a AT4X but it looks like it maybe too tall to fit in my garage....:(
Say what? The overall lengths of the Colorado and Canyon differ by 0.2 inches. The Colorado is 213 inches (5410 mm) in overall length; the Canyon is 213.2 inches (5415 mm) in overall length. The wheelbases of the two trucks are identical at 131 inches (3338 mm).
You're out of your mind. Page 64 for the Canyon and 68 for the Colorado show their dimensions as the same.
Yeah not sure what he's seeing.

EDIT: I think he's referring to the actual height of the trucks. Canyon AT4X is at 81.6 inches, Colorado ZR2 at 72.5 inches. Something's wrong there.

Canyon is listed as "At hardware" so maybe they're factoring in the roof antenna? Colorado is "at roof."
 

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Yeah not sure what he's seeing.

EDIT: I think he's referring to the actual height of the trucks. Canyon AT4X is at 81.6 inches, Colorado ZR2 at 72.5 inches. Something's wrong there.

Canyon is listed as "At hardware" so maybe they're factoring in the roof antenna? Colorado is "at roof."

Yes this is what i'm talking about. The height is different. I know on other sites I saw they said maximum height was 82 inches. If its the antenna which i think it might be then no problem.
 

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Yes this is what i'm talking about. The height is different. I know on other sites I saw they said maximum height was 82 inches. If its the antenna which i think it might be then no problem.
I'm guessing that's the discrepancy there. There's shorter aftermarket antennas readily available if it does become an issue.
 

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I've never heard of an OEM quoting the antenna height in their official measurements. And why would they do it differently between the Colorado and Canyon? There must be something else going on that we're not aware of.
 
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