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Old 12-09-2019   #1
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No job too big, no car too small!

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Re: No job too big, no car too small!

I do that with a dust sheet under to catch juice running out. An old gazebo cover does a great job for lining the car back end.
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Re: No job too big, no car too small!

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I do that with a dust sheet under to catch juice running out. An old gazebo cover does a great job for lining the car back end.


Yes, the sweet smelling juice did catch me out. Also, top tip for next time, put a board at the bottom as the “lip” caused by the folded down back seat was a challenge to lift the heavy weight over! I also managed to fill my cup holder with grass!
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Re: No job too big, no car too small!

Just drag the bag to the edge of the boot then tip it out by pulling the farthest away handles forwards (ok backwards but you know what I mean )

Don't allow the bottom "front" of the bag to slip into the boot as you pull and the contents will tip neatly onto the floor.
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