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MDP



Member Since: 15 Jun 2005
Location: Back in an AUDI
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Hey........ But Clarkson would stand a better chance against the CHALLENGER TANK Very Happy 
" WITH MORE EXTRAS THAN A HOLLYWOOD EPIC "

Post #382 Fri Jun 17 2005 3:45pm
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Biggles



Member Since: 26 May 2005
Location: Preston,
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England 

Your car boot looks like mine, I had to convert over to a plastic bin when I bought my X5, riggers, hard hat, reflective jacket, various items for daily use.
It all has to come out when we go shopping or when I put all my golf stuff in. Current record in the X5 4 lots of golf equipment and four passengers. Looks like the RRS will accomadate it much better.
Has any body got a good suggestion for the things that hang of the rear seats, to store bits and bobs. Its out there somewhere. Second V10 Treg on the drive at the moment.

Post #413 Mon Jun 20 2005 8:43am
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Tim in Scotland



Member Since: 30 May 2005
Location: Driving along in my automobile
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2013 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Stornoway Grey

Might be possible to "adapt" the Freelander envelope luggage net that I have shown in photos elsewhere on the site. The LR part number for them is STC7952 and the side nets are STC7955. You would need to may some form of hook system (I've tried sticky backed hooks from B&Q and they need stronger adhesive!) fixed to the plastic trim in the boot space or to the rear seat back. I don't really want to start drilling holes to put in brass cuphooks quite yet!

Post #417 Mon Jun 20 2005 11:53am
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