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Giant tiny house… Is it stuck?😬


This is the story of a giant tiny house built by Bantam Built Homes that they couldn’t quite get to fit out of the door to their shop! Yikes!

Can you imagine building a tiny house in your garage, or a warehouse, only to find out that it wouldn’t be able to roll out? Well, I hate to spill the beans, but they did get it out using a few tricks. Scroll below to see what I mean…

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Giant tiny house by Bantam Built Homes that could hardly fit out of the shop it was built in… (VIDEO)

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How They Got It Out…

They deflated the tires quite a bit in order to help create that little bit of extra space they needed to angle the tiny home out of the opening. This unit is pretty oversized, looks like a park model to me, so it’s probably something they don’t normally build or probably never even really intended to build. Please watch the video below to see how they did it, and how they protected the tires, too, in the process.

VIDEO – Giant tiny house won’t fit out the door…

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Sources

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mvdaq40O0rk
  2. https://bantambuilthomes.com/

Our big thanks to Bob Clarizio of Bantam Built Homes for sharing!🙏

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  • Avatar Robert

    Really guys, really? Along with airing down you should also ‘load the springs’ using a turnbuckle and cable. Basically compressing the springs to max load could have achieved another 2 inches. Also use slipper springs instead of rockers. They are much safer and more stable.

    • Avatar Alex

      This is why I love the comments. More learning! Thanks, Robert for those insights.

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