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Old 03-16-2013, 01:23 PM   #1
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Default Plywood 4x4' sheet in SW1 / SW2

Will a sheet of 4x4' plywood fit in a SW1 / SW2? (And will it fit with the rear gate closed?)

I'd measure it, but I only have an SC2!

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Old 03-16-2013, 02:49 PM   #2
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Default Re: Plywood 4x4' sheet in SW1 / SW2

I assume you mean 4x8. I don't think it will with the rear lift gate closed. If memory serves, you can slide it over the top of the strut towers or at least over 1 tower at an angle. Maybe if you scrunch the front seats forward. Though it's been a while since I tried. But you can get them in there, just not sure about closing the hatch.

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Old 03-16-2013, 03:40 PM   #3
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Default Re: Plywood 4x4' sheet in SW1 / SW2

I figure a 4'x8' won't fit, based on length alone.

Will a 4'x4' fit? (Most hardware stores will rip plywood into smaller sheets, say 4'x4' for transportation.)

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Default Re: Plywood 4x4' sheet in SW1 / SW2

Take a tape measure to the diagonal between the strut towers. Or, go measure the width of the hood as it fits. Length wise should be OK.

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Old 03-16-2013, 04:04 PM   #5
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Default Re: Plywood 4x4' sheet in SW1 / SW2

no. it doesn't fit. not even close. it will if you cut it into 4 pieces, tho...


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Default Re: Plywood 4x4' sheet in SW1 / SW2

It won't fit between the strut towers but it will either fit over them or over one of them at an angle. If you cut it in half to 4x4 you should have no trouble closing the hatch ( I'm assuming you folded the rear seat down).

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Use roof-rack in this situation

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or redneck way....... padding and rope.......

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