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vangogh

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Sep 4, 2015
365
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Sunnyvale, Ca
The frunk holds double 119's, an 80 and a 40 deco cylinder...plus more for gear...
Anyone know where I can get a good liner?? Probably not out yet...
And perhaps this heavy compressed gas is best not being transported in the frunk in case of frontal collision : )

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adelman

R 539, S VIN S44, X Sig#1
Apr 23, 2009
127
33
Santa Cruz, California, U.S.A.
The frunk holds double 119's, an 80 and a 40 deco cylinder...plus more for gear...
Anyone know where I can get a good liner?? Probably not out yet...
And perhaps this heavy compressed gas is best not being transported in the frunk in case of frontal collision : )

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I'd rather have those up-front than unsecured in the rear of the car! My RAV4-EV will remain my dive vehicle!
 

vangogh

Member
Sep 4, 2015
365
196
Sunnyvale, Ca
I'd rather have those up-front than unsecured in the rear of the car! My RAV4-EV will remain my dive vehicle!

@adelman...we need to go diving sometime...I get down to Monterey at least a couple time a month....Let me know if you're interested...
I'm thinking of keeping the vehicle the X replace ('98 Lincoln Navigator) as my beater dive vehicle...at least when I'm transporting a lot of people...
 

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