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Date Registered: 07-2016
TOTAL POSTS: 44
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Boot setup


Hi all,

Interested to hear on how everyone has set-up their boot area.

Currently I have put down a heavy duty rubber mat from clark rubber to protect the boot floor from scratches and then bought a heavy duty box which I use to put shopping into and stop things rolling around.

I was looking at getting a privacy screen as well, but even on ebay they're pretty expensive ($250+).

How does everyone else have their boot area set-up?

Cheers

Jack

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Date Registered: 09-2012
Location: Brisbane
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Second draw (factory), added a mat (ebay) which has a slightly raised edge to stop things rolling out when you open the boot, and also sourced a factory cargo blind (which I think also helps deaden noise from the rear slightly. Towball, etc goes in the draws, but recovery hitch, etc doesn't fit (I really should leave it in the garage unless I'm going off road).

Cheers,
Mark

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Date Registered: 02-2016
Location: Adelaide, South Australia
TOTAL POSTS: 111
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Re: Boot setup


Like Jack mines very similar.

I think the ebay mat cost $40 delivered.

Both my rear draws are full. The left one has roll out recovery tracks which take up most of the room. The other side has extinguisher, first aid kit, picnic mat, etc.

I also have a 12" Sub in the boot Which is upside down and fits nicely over the wheel arch.

It really depends what you want to use your Exy for.....


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