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Old 10-07-2013, 01:32 PM   #11
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Keep mine pretty clean just finished my underseat box last week. Love it. Ready to pack it FULL with stuff I'm sure I don't need in there
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Now that's some valuable cargo. You've got quite a little crew there.
[MENTION=52931]harrison14allen[/MENTION] Ha ha...yeah. I have 2 little girls and their cousin who likes to come to our house on weekends, so I put his car seat in the middle. I love that it is enough space for 3 carseats.

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Keep mine pretty clean just finished my underseat box last week. Love it. Ready to pack it FULL with stuff I'm sure I don't need in there
[MENTION=160208]BuiltFordTyler[/MENTION] Wow...That is nice. Did you build it yourself? I wouldn't mind one side being a storage and the other a speaker box
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@BuiltFordTyler Wow...That is nice. Did you build it yourself? I wouldn't mind one side being a storage and the other a speaker box
[MENTION=137332]ComQuest[/MENTION] I had a similar thought of having 2 subs under the outside seats with storage in between them. Just need to find out what size subs I want then build the appropriate box.
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[MENTION=52931]harrison14allen[/MENTION] Ha ha...yeah. I have 2 little girls and their cousin who likes to come to our house on weekends, so I put his car seat in the middle. I love that it is enough space for 3 carseats. [MENTION=160208]BuiltFordTyler[/MENTION] Wow...That is nice. Did you build it yourself? I wouldn't mind one side being a storage and the other a speaker box
Thank you. Yeah I did it myself. About 8 feet of 1x8, 2 Simpson strong ties I had laying around. A can of upholstery glue and a roll of black automotive carpet and about 3 hours of time. 2 of which being the carpet which I have never done before. I have a couple pictures before the carpet so you can better see it. I plan on doing a speaker box inside it later.
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@ComQuest I had a similar thought of having 2 subs under the outside seats with storage in between them. Just need to find out what size subs I want then build the appropriate box.
[MENTION=143451]JaredTanner[/MENTION] Okay cool. Yeah do it then let me see. That sounds like it would be neat. I didn't think of subs on both sides and storage in the middle. I was thinking sub on the smaller side that folds up and storage on the longer seat side.

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Thank you. Yeah I did it myself. About 8 feet of 1x8, 2 Simpson strong ties I had laying around. A can of upholstery glue and a roll of black automotive carpet and about 3 hours of time. 2 of which being the carpet which I have never done before. I have a couple pictures before the carpet so you can better see it. I plan on doing a speaker box inside it later.
[MENTION=160208]BuiltFordTyler[/MENTION] Wow that is cool. Do you have a build thread on here somewhere? Yeah I wanna see please. I could have my husband make it for me.
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I have 2 car seats + 1 booster. Buckling the seat belt is still a bit of a pain for the kid in the booster seat just because you have to reach in between. And we still use one for the front jump seat too. Tight, but it works. Still love how much space this thing has.
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Here ya go. Ridin' 3 carseats deep...LOL (I blacked out my little ones faces)
Hahaha look like some astronauts ready for take off
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[MENTION=143451]JaredTanner[/MENTION] Okay cool. Yeah do it then let me see. That sounds like it would be neat. I didn't think of subs on both sides and storage in the middle. I was thinking sub on the smaller side that folds up and storage on the longer seat side. [MENTION=160208]BuiltFordTyler[/MENTION] Wow that is cool. Do you have a build thread on here somewhere? Yeah I wanna see please. I could have my husband make it for me.
No thread but there's a few pictures on my profile I just joined last night. Might add a few more pictures tonight. Or I'll do a thread when I make my sub box.
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Try moving a 3 bedroom apartment TWICE using an Audi A4, and a Mazda 3..... Found out that my Audi could fit EXACTLY 5 BIG Walmart plastic tubs. with not a single inch to spare.

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Now that's some valuable cargo. You've got quite a little crew there.
*** Dumb joke alert*** Get it? CREW cab! LOLOLOL

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Sounds like a blast with that Audi hahaha and your dumb joke gave me a good little laugh so well played
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