Many of the car washes can support vehicles that are up to 7 feet tall. This means that if your truck has the popular 4 inch lift and something like 33 inch tires, it should fit in most of them no problem, but it’s best to measure first.
Is my truck too big for car wash?
If you have modified your truck with oversized or off-road tires, then the car wash might not be for you. Similarly, with radically raised suspensions, you might simply be too high to fit in the car wash without the risk of damaging your truck.
Will a 2018 Ford Raptor fit thru a standard car wash?
Registered. Ford says right in the owners manual, do not take it thru a tracked car wash it is too wide. A large bay spray wash would be fine.
Are car washes bad for your truck?
Sadly, the answer is potentially yes. While some types of car washes are worse than others, any time you wash your car—even if you are carefully hand washing it—you are essentially applying an abrasive and/or harsh chemicals to the paint finish and the risk of swirls and scratches in the finish is always there.
How big of a truck will fit in a car wash?
Many of the car washes can support vehicles that are up to 7 feet tall. This means that if your truck has the popular 4 inch lift and something like 33 inch tires, it should fit in most of them no problem, but it’s best to measure first. The other important aspect you should consider is how wide the machine is.
How much does it cost to wash a big truck?
DetailXPerts will steam clean your truck on-site or wherever is most convenient for you. Mobile semi truck detailing prices can range from $50-$100 for a basic exterior wash and from $150-$200 for a full interior detail.
Can you take a truck with a ladder rack through a car wash?
Never take vehicles with ladder racks through the soft-touch (brush-wash bay). Damage to the brushes can occur, and the vehicle owner is responsible. The same goes for tow trucks and other odd configurations that could have jagged parts that can snag and damage the brushes.