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Old 22nd May 2008, 14:27   #16
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Initially the tissue box was sitting in the glove compartment. Then I had to make some space for other rubbish stuff (CarPC keyboard, 2 spare HL bulbs, documents, tyre pressure gauge etc) in the glove box.
Dude, whats the rationale behind carrying the tyre pressure gauge & HL bulbs in the Glove box? Its not like you'll be using it everyday of something?

IMHO glove box is better used for frequently used stuff.

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How will this setup be!!??
Suspending some soft toys in a vertical fashion and allowing the Sub to kick royally. So from behind this toys will be dancing based on the Sub.
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Dude, whats the rationale behind carrying the tyre pressure gauge & HL bulbs in the Glove box? Its not like you'll be using it everyday of something?
Where else can I keep them? IMHO, If you are stuck in the middle of the night with headlights gone, Its better to have the spare HL bulbs in the glove box instead of wiping your tears with the tissue from the tissue box

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I have GZ 6x9s and a 10"x3" slot with a mesh grille for sub bandpass
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I have lost my parcel tray...
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I have lost my parcel tray...
How can you loose a parcel tray?
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IMHO, If you are stuck in the middle of the night with headlights gone, Its better to have the spare HL bulbs in the glove box instead of wiping your tears with the tissue from the tissue box


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How can you loose a parcel tray?
He probably took it off for easier access to the boot (in case of a hatch) and doesn't know where he kept it.

My OEM parcel tray is clean (no speakers, nothing). I had an MDF parcel tray with the rear speakers. Sometime in 2006, the rubber lining on the hatch window developed a leak and when it rained, water started to drip on the MDF tray causing it to sag and eventually give way. Got the lining / beading fixed, moved the rear speakers to the front doors and brought back the OEM parcel tray. Luckily, I remembered which loft I had thrown it in!
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Where else can I keep them?
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I suppose when you have all those things in the boot, something delicate like HL is better off in the glove box.

As for me, I've got the HL, fuses etc in a soft padded pouch and strapped it on the wall of the boot. other things like Pump, Puncture repair kit, Tools are squeezed in somewhere on the floor of the boot. Maglite and Swiss champ in the glove box.
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