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Old 04-07-2005, 09:55 PM   #31
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You can always pick up a rooftop ski box. They come in many sizes. Just a thought. I could not even fit my e-flite ultimate in the trunk of my car
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Old 04-07-2005, 11:52 PM   #32
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Trucks are way outta the view to much money for gas, and going diesel isn;t even that good anymore because it's almost as much as regular gas But I love those Mazda Protege 5's it's like a sports wagon
I looked at the Protoge 5, its much smaller than a Matrix (Vibe, same thing its all Toyota) when it comes to useable back seat room...could not haul anywhere close in the Mazda what I do in the Matrix....the Mazda 3 Sport is closer in size but I never looked at it close as it was released after I bougth the Matrix.
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Old 04-08-2005, 12:06 AM   #33
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scratch trailer...

I plan on building an 11 foot trailer from scratch. I can buy a brand new axle, wheels, lighting kit, a ball and a hitch for about 300$ from princess auto. But then again I have access to a welder and a drill press which i'm not sure if you do. I looked at modifying a 4x4 crappy tire trailer (which is 350$) into a 4x11 trailer but i could build one from scratch that would be stronger and cheaper. The only thing i'm having a hard time with is finding a trailer hitch that will fit my car. It's a 90 Prelude so it's not exactly a trailer towing beast. I may end up building a Hitch from scratch too. Anybody know where I can find a Hitch for that car?
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