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  1. Hauling stuff

    2017 - Present Official Specs, Features, Etc. (Gen
    Yesterday we got a call that our shower was ready for pick up. I wanted to do it with the CR-V to prove that I didn’t miss my old 2011 Ranger! 1 box was 36” x 36” and the large box was 40” x 74”. If I slid my seats all of the way up I would have 76” with the hatch closed. It was a tight ride...
  2. hauling full-sized dryer?

    Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    I am new to the crv and SUVs and am not used to having such a large car. Yesterday I went out and measured the interior of the cargo area of my 99' crv with and without the seats folded. Cargo area measures WIDTH 41 IN. HEIGHT 35 IN. LENGTH 30 IN. that is with the seats in and not folded down...
  3. Hauling

    Racks, Hitches and Towing
    I have a 2012 CRV four wheel drive. It does not have a trailer hitch. Anticipating a move from Denver to Phoenix. Moving company will make the big move but would like to haul some stuff down myself. I am assuming that a company like U Haul can provide a trailer hitch, but my question is what...
  4. Rear hat glass and hauling?

    Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    To all my First Gen brethren, I am going to be transporting some larger items, approximately 8 feet long, one direction on the highway at 70mph one direction. My question to you is, has anyone done this before with the rear hatch glass open? Does that risk it getting broken by wind or anything...
  5. Hauling stuff

    Racks, Hitches and Towing
    I just would like to point out something I have observed over the last month of hauling stuff with my crv. One instance I was carrying a new snow thrower home from lowes. And I live in Michigan. But what was great was that I could creep over bumps, hills, into driveways, and take corners with...
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