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Old 01-07-2007, 11:51 PM   #11
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Been there...done that.. and thought "Gee these puppies do go into full bed mode."
and thats Why Haro misses his 95
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my seats recline just as far back and I don't have AL7s :P

But that is a great idea, whenever I have to fiddle with something under the dash I just get the wife to go down there.
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Been there...done that.. and thought "Gee these puppies do go into full bed mode."
and thats Why Haro misses his 95

I'm sure the van has MORE than picked up the slack
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is that blue interior?

I've done that several times. I found it'* easiest just to remove the seat though...
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Huh...someone who actually uses the in-door cup holder.
I tried it once and ened up splashing beverage all over when I shut the door.
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Huh...someone who actually uses the in-door cup holder.
I tried it once and ened up splashing beverage all over when I shut the door.
Agreed,that has to be the worst thought out idea I have seen implemented into a vehicle..


As far as haro'* van ...she is bout done for as of saturday when I was down there... :P
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Huh...someone who actually uses the in-door cup holder.
I tried it once and ened up splashing beverage all over when I shut the door.
Shut the door, don't slam the door.
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I still move it to the center console flip-out holder when I get out of the car
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