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Those were an extra pair of pants in the car, I hope.... :eek:
 

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Got My Snowblowwer in the Back

The hatch didn't close all the way, but it was in there securely.
 

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Before I had my X3, I hauled 6 or 7 bags of 80lbs of concrete from Home Depot once on my 2001 accord. I made multiple trips hauling 8 foot 4x4s 2x8s and numerous other materials for home projects. I even once stuck lumber through the roof once. When summer comes along I'm sure I'll make full use of the x3.
 

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I wil be building my rear deck pretty soon. From the looks of it i will have no problems carrying 2x4's. :)
 

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ICEBERG said:
I wil be building my rear deck pretty soon. From the looks of it i will have no problems carrying 2x4's. :)
Yeah, I am with you, that was some nice Teracotta leather :yikes:
 

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jliu34740 said:
scratches, people, you are gonna get scratches on those interiors
You didnt happen to notice the cotton pants under the wood and towels under the wood by the seats? Didnt get one scratch or crease on the seats.
 

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ICEBERG said:
I wil be building my rear deck pretty soon. From the looks of it i will have no problems carrying 2x4's. :)
If you fold down the passenger front and rear seat and take of thee headrests, you can get a slew of 2x4x8's in the X3 with the back gate fully closed. I just hauled 12 last week with plenty of room to spare. Just be careful of the leather! Now, if 4x8 foot sheets of drywall fit, I'd be set.
 
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