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Old 06-21-2012, 05:21 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a good product or suggestion for a trunk cargo or a way they organize their trunk for all their cleaning supplies detailed etc?
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Does anyone have a good product or suggestion for a trunk cargo or a way they organize their trunk for all their cleaning supplies detailed etc?
Good question I do not, but often wonder this myself.
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I just bungeed in a old milk crate.....cheaper and holds in place just fine
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Large duffel bag. At any time I'll have three back there -- car stuff, gym stuff, impromptu overnight stuff. Side by side, they don't move around all that much.
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I use one duffle bag: swimsuit and junk for summer, emergency stuff, 20 dollar bill and first aid. Just everything in a small duffle bag lol
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Large duffel bag. At any time I'll have three back there -- car stuff, gym stuff, impromptu overnight stuff. Side by side, they don't move around all that much.
Lol @ impromptu overnight stuff
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Large duffel bag. At any time I'll have three back there -- car stuff, gym stuff, impromptu overnight stuff. Side by side, they don't move around all that much.
Impromptu overnight stuff?? Hmm.
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Re: Trunk Cargo

I just put in the Cargo Net from FORD. It is not perfect but it will hold grocery bags etc.

I carry all of my emergancy stuff in the spare tire compartment. Having no spare and just the pump from ford I have all sorts of room. I carry a couple cans of aerasol Slime.(It won't destroy the tire sensors) A tire plug kit, A slime compressor kit, some rags etc.




I'm going to get the mesh basket at Pep Boys.
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Impromptu overnight stuff?? Hmm.
What, you guys didn't check the babe magnet box on the order form?

I used it a bit when dating someone an hour away and it's just "stuck" since. Peace of mind.

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I carry all of my emergancy stuff in the spare tire compartment. Having no spare and just the pump from ford I have all sorts of room.
That's a really good idea -- Think I may have to give it a try! I haven't even looked in there except once, searching for a jack. I've been thinking about getting an actual spare, though. Sure, it'll be too small for the rear axle, but you can always move a front wheel to the back and put the spare up there. Inflater and tire plugs won't do squat for a serious blowout. :-/
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