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Old 01-14-2007, 02:03 PM
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Wink Oldie, but useful info: E53 Rear cargo space information and picture

Okay, here is a great diagram of the E53 X5 Rear cargo space.
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Old 01-14-2007, 02:11 PM
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Nice!! good timing. I need the dimension before I pickup the tv.
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Old 01-14-2007, 02:20 PM
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all I have to say about the E53's capacity is this....

I fit 4 18" wheels and 4 255/55/18 tires in the X5 (the 18's already had tires mounted on them and I was taking it to a shop to have my new tires put on, so technically I had 8 tires in the car and 4 rims)
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all I have to say about the E53's capacity is this....

I fit 4 18" wheels and 4 255/55/18 tires in the X5 (the 18's already had tires mounted on them and I was taking it to a shop to have my new tires put on, so technically I had 8 tires in the car and 4 rims)
Did you do that without marking the hell out of your interior?
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I had actually fit a New (CLEAN) snow blower in the back of my X5. I had the seats folded down and had to unbolt the handles. Other then that if fit perfect. I wish I had taken a pic.
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My Sony SXRD 50'' wouldnt fit when I bought it, but the box is enormous!!! I did have 4 of my 17'' snow tires with wheels mounted in the rear with the back seat still up!!
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Old 01-14-2007, 10:34 PM
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Did you do that without marking the hell out of your interior?

Didn't scuff a thing, I wrapped almost everything in blanket before putting them in. Couldn't believe it.
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I had actually fit a New (CLEAN) snow blower in the back of my X5. I had the seats folded down and had to unbolt the handles. Other then that if fit perfect. I wish I had taken a pic.
I put a snowblower in my Dad's '79 280ZX the same way.
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Didn't scuff a thing, I wrapped almost everything in blanket before putting them in. Couldn't believe it.
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Good Reminder Pic, Doc...it ought to be in the info section.

A previous pic...not huge stuff, but I have transported alot
of weird things in the X over the years. This shot shows what
I hauled home one day: 3 Japanese maples, a case of bird seed
and a set of clubs. It is not a mini van, but one can really
stuff some stuff in the back.
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