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skyman114

Whats The Biggest Thing Youve Had In The Back ??

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No rude comments to the question pls........

I recently collected a 4ft fish tank and stand in the back of the fusion, the guy selling it was totally amazed it fitted, if im honest so was I.

So whats the most / largest thing youve had in the back of yours? ;)

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The Mondeo estate can take a (6foot3inch?) double bed in the back, with the tailgate closed and the front seats only slightly moved forward

With the lightening on mine it puts the payload up to about that of an Escort van (740kgs- many cars are a fraction of that) - so its a huge space/ weight

but the biggest single thing thats probably been in the back is me!

ive had a full size commercial bouncy castle or two (2 at the same time) pro (thousands of watts/ massive speakers ) PA systems with lights in the car - no problem - its the way you pack it - you have to watch your springs, though

Thats why ive kept my car so long (+ the performance/ economy, and it runs on veg oil) + the investement/ work done

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So it's not huge but the first chance I've had to load it up. Impressed as that box is 4 foot wide.

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My subwoofer!

2004 Ford Fusion 3 TDCI.

Xenon Headlights, LED Fogs, LED Sidelights, LED Number Plate Lights, LED Internal Cabin Lights, Sport Aerial, German Font Number Plates, Sony Xplod CD Player, Sub Woofer, Two 6X9 Speakers on Parcel Shelf, Carbon Fibre Gear Knob, Debadged Rear.

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2004 Fusion 1.4tdi

I have 4 1/2 acres of woodland and regularly bring home a load of logs - never overloaded as they are stacked behind the rear seat and maybe a few between the seats plus chainsaw and running/service kit, trolley, safety gear. Just one issue - getting up the track to the road in wet weather! It's a 5 mile trip back and Fusie just chugs along, no problem!

DG

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Before when I had a galaxy, I managed to fit a 3 seater sofa and 2 armchairs with some large cushions, I had to take out seats tho well impressed, I planned on doing 2 journeys

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