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    You guys are spoiled with space! I could barely shift LOL
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    Space Star 1.2 2017 =>

    Mazda MX-5 1990 =>

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    Nice. Just saw this thread. Here's my addition, 5 bags of leaves. Could have easily fit another 2 more in there. I keep forgetting how 'spacious' it is.

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    Incase anyone wants to know if four 205/50/15, Falken Azenis RT615's fit inside the car. They fit pretty snug in the car

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    A while ago I modified a trailer hitch(receiver) that was given to me to fit my mirage.
    Then I bought a small 4x4 foot trailer from harbor freight ($236-ish)which I am still building to make it a foldout 4'x8'.

    For the first time I dragged it behind the mirage in a 4'x6' configuration to get some wood material from my uncle who is moving and would've left the wood with the old house if I don't go get it.

    There is actually more weight on and in front of the rear seat than what went on the trailer. I realized that when I saw my low beams
    pointing up on the trees.

    She is squatting pretty good!
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    I would guess an extra 600-800 lbs of weight including the trailer that it was hauling.

    I filled up on my way home from my uncle and still got this on the remaining 10 mile journey.

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    Only with a Mirage

    Further proof for myself that the weight has less impact on fuel economy than driving style does. (yes I hypermiled it)

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    Saw these pictures and thought I would share them Name:  IMG_2180.jpg
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    hello from bluejellybean

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    I called up harbor freight and bought the big rig conversion kit

    Did very well at up too 70mph
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    What's the big rig conversion kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pryme View Post
    What's the big rig conversion kit
    Huge rooftop bag, towing utility trailer

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    Nice!

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    5 2x3x8 ft boards, 27 6ft by 6 inch fence slats, and a gallon of paint for good measure.
    That was fun


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