eNate
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Re: Carrying Cargo 'n Things in Our i3's...

Wed Oct 07, 2020 4:00 pm

Today I finally found the opportunity to try out the i3's built in trim rack! (Bet you didn't know this comes as standard equipment on all i3s!)

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...actually I needed three 8-foot lengths but the guy in the warehouse said he'd give me the mangled 12-footer and 11-footer pieces in trade for not cutting them. Cool with me I said -- my car has a rack! :D
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Pahaska
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Re: Carrying Cargo 'n Things in Our i3's...

Wed Oct 07, 2020 4:55 pm

I fitted 10 bags of heavy moist hardwood flower bed mulch in mine. I weighed one at home and it was 48#. I thought I could stack them neatly, but they are like handling a limp body and went in pretty helter-skelter. One ended up in the passenger seat.

The car felt really heavy, but handled the load very well.

GoldiE46
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Re: Carrying Cargo 'n Things in Our i3's...

Wed Dec 02, 2020 6:46 pm

https://ibb.co/12745qW
I regularly do this, but will highly recommend that you don't.

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