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    trs80
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    I rented a pacifica the other day. Very nice car. Can you fit a 4x8 sheet
    in the back if all the seats are removed or folded down?





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    BF
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    Approximately 76" from back of driver seat to inside of lift gate, just
    measured it yesterday.
    BF


    "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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    > I rented a pacifica the other day. Very nice car. Can you fit a 4x8

    sheet
    > in the back if all the seats are removed or folded down?
    >
    >




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    trs80
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    is that the maximum distance.....like from the bottom of the seat to the
    rear?

    "BF" <bobfreelingz@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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    > Approximately 76" from back of driver seat to inside of lift gate, just
    > measured it yesterday.
    > BF
    >
    >
    > "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    > news:bLEhh.25148$6J4.13701@newsfe08.phx...
    >> I rented a pacifica the other day. Very nice car. Can you fit a 4x8

    > sheet
    >> in the back if all the seats are removed or folded down?
    >>
    >>

    >
    >




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    BF
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    Yep!


    "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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    > is that the maximum distance.....like from the bottom of the seat to the
    > rear?
    >
    > "BF" <bobfreelingz@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    > news:2aabd$45871bb4$48316f54$16504@FUSE.NET...
    > > Approximately 76" from back of driver seat to inside of lift gate, just
    > > measured it yesterday.
    > > BF
    > >
    > >
    > > "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    > > news:bLEhh.25148$6J4.13701@newsfe08.phx...
    > >> I rented a pacifica the other day. Very nice car. Can you fit a 4x8

    > > sheet
    > >> in the back if all the seats are removed or folded down?
    > >>
    > >>

    > >
    > >

    >
    >




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    who
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    In article <bLEhh.25148$6J4.13701@newsfe08.phx>,
    "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > I rented a pacifica the other day. Very nice car. Can you fit a 4x8 sheet
    > in the back if all the seats are removed or folded down?


    Yes it is nice, but if you get one make sure you carry a ground sheet to
    access the inadequate spare and of course to pump it up.

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    trs80
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    if it cant fit a 4x8 inthe back then it is a useless vehicle for me. I need
    to occasionaly bring home wood and plywoods for my hobby.


    "who" <i@notaspammer.net> wrote in message
    news:i-0514D8.01325419122006@news.telus.net...
    > In article <bLEhh.25148$6J4.13701@newsfe08.phx>,
    > "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >> I rented a pacifica the other day. Very nice car. Can you fit a 4x8
    >> sheet
    >> in the back if all the seats are removed or folded down?

    >
    > Yes it is nice, but if you get one make sure you carry a ground sheet to
    > access the inadequate spare and of course to pump it up.




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    Spam away
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    In article <NdUhh.25574$6J4.18244@newsfe08.phx>,
    "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > if it cant fit a 4x8 inthe back then it is a useless vehicle for me. I need
    > to occasionaly bring home wood and plywoods for my hobby.


    For that occasional use what's wrong with the old effective solutions;
    a roof rack or a small trailer.
    I often have 4x8 plywood cut down a bit so I can carry it in my open car
    trunk. My supplier will do about three cuts for free, so I don't even
    need a table saw.
    Having a very large vehicle to occasionally bring home materials is very
    wasteful IMO.

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    Dave Gower
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    "Spam away" <Trashhere@spam.net> wrote

    > Having a very large vehicle to occasionally bring home materials is very
    > wasteful IMO.


    I agree. When my elderly Grand Voyager wears out I plan to buy a small 4 X 8
    utility trailer. Empty they weigh 500 lb. so you can haul a useful load
    behind a Caliber, Compass or other sensible size vehicle quite safely.



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    Peachy
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    Not to get off the subject, but I have a 2006 Pacifica and I was wondering
    if there is a way to disable the the seatbelt alert that dings until you
    buckle up.


    "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:bLEhh.25148$6J4.13701@newsfe08.phx...
    >I rented a pacifica the other day. Very nice car. Can you fit a 4x8 sheet
    >in the back if all the seats are removed or folded down?
    >
    >




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    trs80
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    thats funny. putting plywood on a roofrack....wadda dweeboid!

    "Spam away" <Trashhere@spam.net> wrote in message
    news:Trashhere-CA2490.10425619122006@news.telus.net...
    > In article <NdUhh.25574$6J4.18244@newsfe08.phx>,
    > "trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >> if it cant fit a 4x8 inthe back then it is a useless vehicle for me. I
    >> need
    >> to occasionaly bring home wood and plywoods for my hobby.

    >
    > For that occasional use what's wrong with the old effective solutions;
    > a roof rack or a small trailer.
    > I often have 4x8 plywood cut down a bit so I can carry it in my open car
    > trunk. My supplier will do about three cuts for free, so I don't even
    > need a table saw.
    > Having a very large vehicle to occasionally bring home materials is very
    > wasteful IMO.




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