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Old 10-25-2011, 04:46 PM   #11
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I don't have any pics, but my trunks contains spare wiper blades, carpet floor mats, a shovel, snow brush/scraper, 12v air compressor, a quart of oil, a container of washer fluid, a basketball, a sheet for when I have to crawl under the car, jumper cables, and some junk that was in my truck when I cleaned it out. Under my seats, I have a tow strap, a bottle of armor all, spare high beam bulbs, paper towels, a tennis ball, a Multimeter, random tools, and more crap that was in my truck.
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i have first aid kits and jumper cables in the monte and bonnie, thats it because junk in the trunk sucks gas mileage. in the yukon i have first aid kit,jumpers, big hammer, big plastic tub full of hitches, straps, tie downs, bungees, cargo net, some tools, etc.

H-bodies definitely have the biggest trunk you should see what my wife had packed in the sse everytime we went out with my daughter when she was little. stroller, crib, clothes, blankets, any extra crap she could think of...
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Really not much. I have the adapter for my locking lug nuts, and the winter cover in the trunk, that'* about it.
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as far as a tow strap, i used to have one but i got rid of it when i realized my car has absolutely nowhere to tow things from lol. no hook or eyes to speak of. guess if i ever get stuck someones crawling under to tie a strap to my control arm.
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Trunki- an oversized sub box containing 2 subs, my amp, a 2 ton jack, a snow brush, part of my racing window net, and a neon light.

Backseat- tool box, and a craftsman socket/wrench set

whats with you sissys using sheets and mats to lay on under the car? am i the only one here that doesnt mind laying in dirt/mud/pavement? sheesh. lol
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no sarah i lay on the ground o problem..but right now in bubba there is a holley and edelbrock carbs sitting on the backseat a winch (for bubba) and in the center console is all my cd'* and loose change and thats about it but in the bed i keep two 15' logging chains and extra windshield washer fluid

the buick contains nothing more than an *** ton of detailing supplies

my black 85 plow truck hold two logging chains two wheel dollies and extra plow cylinders and lines thats just in the toolbox i could go on all day but ill stop with these three
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i dont mind it, but conditioning leather is a bitch. i hate shiny leather.
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I just looked and it ain't pretty. Jumper cables, various fluids, 2 fishing rods, waders, rifle rest, empty brass, tool box, and about 16 empty cans. I think it'* time to hog it out.
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sounds like a fun weekend
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Truer than you know, JW. Sounds like you can relate.
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