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Yesterday 07:17 PM
wordyahurdd
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Originally Posted by starfuryt550 View Post
Been looking for a good case. What's the site?

I got it off Amazon. It was way cheaper there.

It's the Mosom Plus cover and it's good for all year outdoor storage!! It was like $140 shipped
Yesterday 03:31 PM
starfuryt550 Been looking for a good case. What's the site?
Yesterday 03:04 PM
wordyahurdd

Coverking makes a GREAT fitting case
Yesterday 12:47 AM
blkfocuszx3 Lol.
12-24-2014 11:12 PM
Chas I think the only logical solution is to fill our cars with concrete to see which car has more space.
12-24-2014 02:11 PM
blkfocuszx3 Regardless.

That's not what I meant by more. One single large item is cool to haul. But in day to day life I'm not repeatedly hauling tvs and such. I had the hatch for the extended test drive too. I found it not useful for carrying a lot of things due to it barely having any depth.

I like how large the trunk is so I can haul shit around all the time with more than two people in the car.

I had a jack, my tool bag, my slicks (stacked on each other), a couple tripods, and some other bullshit in my trunk two weeks ago with the seats still up. That's what I consider useful.

But yes, I understand each body style has its advantages and disadvantages.
12-24-2014 01:58 PM
kylesvt720 It barely fit diagonally in the hatch opening.
12-24-2014 01:39 PM
blkfocuszx3 It might fit idk.

If it goes in the opening I think it'll definitely fit.
12-24-2014 01:35 PM
kylesvt720
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Yeah 2012.

Sedans look better [emoji6] no ricer tail lights and you can fit more with the seats up.

Haven't sold anything from it yet so if anyone is interested all of it would go with it. Currently getting 31MPG drive from Lincoln Park to Dearborn.
What do you mean by "more". I fit a 55" HD TV in the box in a hatchback, with the hatch closed even. I would be money you can't fit that in a sedan.
12-24-2014 01:24 PM
starfuryt550 Merry xmas eve everyone
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