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Making the move to the new job today: small SnapOn tool cart, misc specialty tools in large cases, a creeper, and my daughter's car seat not properly installed as the tool cart didn't quite fit!


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Congrats on the new job.

Are you using a black mat to protect the back of your rear seats? (And if so, which?)
 

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Congrats on the new job.

Are you using a black mat to protect the back of your rear seats? (And if so, which?)
No, nothing on the rear seat back. It's barely out of the cargo area, it was the angle of the seat back that kept it from going in.

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Lol.

Did you drive with the hatch wide open? I keep a couple of hanks of rope in my spare tire well in case I need to haul something, I've often used it to tie the hatch down to the towing eye to hold it partially closed if I had something sticking out.
 

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Lol.

Did you drive with the hatch wide open? I keep a couple of hanks of rope in my spare tire well in case I need to haul something, I've often used it to tie the hatch down to the towing eye to hold it partially closed if I had something sticking out.
Nope, I closed it at the expense of my legs. The front seat was almost all the way forward which didn’t work too well considering I still needed to operate the clutch, haha.
 

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Been busy on my house renovations, putting the wagon to work, so, long post

Tile stuff. Tools and leftovers after tiling the kitchen and bathroom next door, thanks to a tenant's rabbit. This is all of the tools and leftovers getting moved to the new house afterwards. And yes, that's a cut up countertop with a workmate screwed to the bottom of it, and it makes a great tile saw stand.
I got a van for the tile, I wasn't going to attempt 15 boxes of tile and 30 sheets of tileboard.



It took 2 vehicles to haul a side by side fridge. I got the doors plus dolly. I had to get a truck for the rest of the fridge.


Bathroom subfloor. If you get plywood cut to 35" it will sit flat.


And a dried out stump, which went from my new place to my buddy's firepit. It smelled a bit like eucalyptus.
 

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I hauled 2 bass drums, a snare drum, quad toms, cymbals, and a crap ton of stands for pep band in the back of my '01 325xi. Image attached.
Nice haul!

70" TV. Felt like I was flying Spirit on the way home, but got it home and that is what counts.
Spirit :lmao: But whose cupholders are worse? :rofl:
 

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Ran up to George's shop today to pick up mjweimer's leftover suspension setup, while I was there George noticed I had ripped the bottom off my front bumper and gave me markseven's old pre m3 conversion bumper! I owe y'all both a beer or three at the meet up later this month, cheers!
 

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Ran up to George's shop today to pick up mjweimer's leftover suspension setup, while I was there George noticed I had ripped the bottom off my front bumper and gave me markseven's old pre m3 conversion bumper! I owe y'all both a beer or three at the meet up later this month, cheers!
That dog is adorable. 14/10 would absolutely pet.
 

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Ran up to George's shop today to pick up mjweimer's leftover suspension setup, while I was there George noticed I had ripped the bottom off my front bumper and gave me markseven's old pre m3 conversion bumper! I owe y'all both a beer or three at the meet up later this month, cheers!
That dog is adorable. 14/10 would absolutely pet.
Ten years ago found her in a field. We***8217;ve had a good run and it sent me down the wagon path so I***8217;m forever in her debt.
 

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R53 Mini Cooper S exhaust. The damned thing was like 6" too long to work in the ski bag, so I popped it out.


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