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Re: Buying a new "large enough" vehicle
« Reply #15 on: August 29, 2006, 11:08:24 am »
The sling blankets that everyone is talking about can be ordered through outdoor goods places like www.Cabelas.co m or auto specialty sites like www.Performanc eproducts.com. i suggest looking at Wet Okoale(sp) seat covers, they're made of neoprene and are awesome for active people w/ multi use vehicles.(don't get them for any heated seats though) Tim

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Re: Buying a new "large enough" vehicle
« Reply #16 on: August 29, 2006, 02:22:22 pm »
DH and I were shopping for a Suburban years ago but it wasn't going well.  DH wanted new, I didn't like the prices of new ones.  We opened up the back of a full sized van and when I saw 5' of cargo space behind the seats, I was sold!  I can seat 8 people and still fit 3 big dogs as long as they get along ok.  All bets are off when they don't get along.  Then you seat less people and put dogs on the seats.
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Re: Buying a new "large enough" vehicle
« Reply #17 on: August 29, 2006, 02:33:41 pm »
We did see a beautiful conversion van at one dealership, it even had a 17 inch HD TV for the back seat passengers. I am thinking wow, they could watch Homeward Bound or Otis and Milo. Then we looked at the price. 55k. Even with 0% financing- that was not happening. Still no go on a truck so far, this weekend will be the last time I look. I am tired of looking and the 0% goes off as of 9-5-6. So they may have to be touching each other in the Z71.