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Old 08-29-2012, 08:02 PM   #1
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just wondering if anyone knows the dimensions for the st. im pushing to get into one by next summer and need to know the trunk space for planning changes for the stereo system.


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Old 09-03-2012, 01:40 PM   #2
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Unfortunately they only come in the hatch so it's identical to the '12 hatch.
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Looks like 44.8 cubic ft seats folded, 23.8 seats up.
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Less than a standard hatch Focus, because full sized spare.
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Unfortunately they only come in the hatch so it's identical to the '12 hatch.
Unfortunate and hatch are two words that should never be used together... Unfortunate and sedan, now that makes sense.
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well, i want to mount a 15 inverted since i have never done an inverted setup before. so im trying to find the measurements to see if its even possible to do it while keeping the hatch cover on.
i should have known the 12 ans 13 hatches would be the same. i should be able to find the measurements for the 12 hatch.
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Yeah, its small, like Ti w/ the full sized spare small.
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what about usable area compared to a first gen hatch back?
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what about usable area compared to a first gen hatch back?
From what I understand from talking about the topic over at stnation, it might actually be a little smaller.

Don't worry, it looks like taking the spare and foam inserts can be done with some patience. From there you just need to figure out where you are going to put your amp.
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From what I understand from talking about the topic over at stnation, it might actually be a little smaller.

Don't worry, it looks like taking the spare and foam inserts can be done with some patience. From there you just need to figure out where you are going to put your ampS.
fixed your misspelling there, lol. amp placement would be hard, im just wanting to make sure i would be able to fit a good 5-6 bags of grocies or somehting the same size along with the sub and amps.

the box would go from side to side back of seats to the hatch and i would mount the sub inverted and build an amp rack that would be right up agianst the back of the back seat at the same angle. the box would be at most about 10" tall with the sub on the driver side. hoping to have about 1/4+ of the passanger side for other stuff when shopping or whatever.
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