the vibe can haul........

Upholstery, floor mats, seats, window tint and anything inside the vehicle and not electronic

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the vibe can haul........

Postby coratz » Thu Sep 04, 2003 1:50 am

when i moved last month i wanted to save the movers a bit of time..... the vibe fit a full size washing machine in the back with the seat folded down. i then went back for the dryer lol!!!!!! at a red light a driver of a full size dodge pickup was laughing so hard he had tears streaming down his face but still gave me a thumb up. ive saved a lot of money aand loaded all the boxes the day before the movers came. its unbelievable the amount of stuff the vibe holds. even a love seat with the legs off has been moved in the back. even plywood sheets cut in half!!!! 32 inch tv,s its great when you go to a large appliance store and so say you dont want delivery lol!

just what are some of the larger crazy things have you guys hauled??


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Postby drunkenmaxx » Thu Sep 04, 2003 2:14 am

i've hauled some pretty large family members...
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Re: the vibe can haul........ (drunkenvibe)

Postby vibe03 » Thu Sep 04, 2003 2:26 am

"i've hauled some pretty large family members.."

Same here.

I helped my brother take his DJ equipment home.


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Re: the vibe can haul........ (coratz)

Postby michaelgt » Thu Sep 04, 2003 2:34 am

I picked up a 1/2 beef and a pig from the processer. It all fit in without stacking.

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Postby drunkenmaxx » Thu Sep 04, 2003 2:35 am

what you need all that meat for? do you run a wolf farm or something??
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Postby johnsoax » Thu Sep 04, 2003 2:43 am

I've moved two 32" tv's (not at the same time, but they both could fit), a Colman 3600 series grill, lawn mower, 4 116 square foot bundles of insulation (covers 116 square feet, doesn't take up that much space in the bundles), 25 40lb retaining wall blocks, 10 2x4 (with all the doors closed), a 30 cubic foot outdoor storage shed (dismantled), a 9 cubic foot refrigerator, an eliptical machine, and in one load - 4 24"x16"x6' storage cabinets (put together kits), 1 30"x24"x6' storage cabinet, a shop vac, 4 gallons of paint, 5 gallons of primer, 4 large low voltage lights, miscellaneous paint supplies (rollers, pan covers, paint stirers), and 3 8' 2x4's. Plus my wife and I in the car!!. Drove very slowly home that time. (That is one reason why I decided to get the trailer hitch) Had the back door tied down and the back end was sagging quite a bit.

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Re: the vibe can haul........ (vibe03)

Postby yank dini » Thu Sep 04, 2003 3:17 am

quote:

I helped my brother take his DJ equipment home.



could have been in the next commerical


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Re: the vibe can haul........ (coratz)

Postby baltimore17 » Thu Sep 04, 2003 4:12 am

I've really grown to love the adjustable tiedowns and tracks in the back. I bought a batch of bungee cords, keep them in the car, and find myself using them about three times a month.

The biggest thing carried so far was a 24-foot extension ladder (12 feet collapsed length) with a couple of feet hanging out the back. I've also carried potting soil & peat moss and flats of plants; 10' electircal conduit (with the hatch closed); a dehumidifier (big box); a gas grill (big box); 18x60 inch panels of quarter inch plate glass; 8-foot, quarter sawn, white oak planks; a bicycle and a wetsuit.

Hey:
bicycle and wetsuit: sports.
peat moss and conduit: utility.
goes, stops, steers: vehicle.

Now, what's that 14 MPG, $30K behemoth you're trying to sell to me?


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Re: the vibe can haul........ (baltimore17)

Postby dmitri » Thu Sep 04, 2003 6:53 am

MY vibes performance really sucks when i get 6 girls in the car big pimpin.

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Postby redlava » Thu Sep 11, 2003 11:29 am

36" and a 28" floor fan.

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Postby TheDude » Sat Sep 13, 2003 5:45 am

i've hauled lots of people. front 2 seats had one each, rear seats had 4 in it, and 3 in the trunk
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Re: the vibe can haul........ (TheDude)

Postby scherry2 » Sat Sep 13, 2003 1:12 pm

quote:
i've hauled lots of people. front 2 seats had one each, rear seats had 4 in it, and 3 in the trunk

the ones in the trunk, they were alive right?


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Postby msmyer » Sun Sep 14, 2003 10:06 am

6! wanna share?

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Postby x2nddavex » Sun Sep 14, 2003 12:35 pm

i win. i had my bands entire set-up in there. including my entire drumset + hardware. 2 15" w/ cone PA speakers a 4x10 bass cabinet, a 4x12 cabinet, all the chords and a couple of amp heads all at the same time. plus myself and a friend, do i win?
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Re: the vibe can haul........ (x2nddavex)

Postby good vibes » Wed Sep 17, 2003 12:18 pm

I carry many a things in my vibe aside from myself. Recently I have been making adirondack chairs and bringing them to where I work to sell. However I can only fit one at a time. Just a lil too tall an wide to fit more than one. The back of the chair sticks out of the back window. good thing I work only a few miled from where I live. Oh and here is a good one. Before I got my yakima rack I wanted to take my new kayak out to the lake. I didn't have anything to put on the roof like foam blocks or anything (didn't want to scrratch my roof) So I stuck it IN my vibe. It fit from windshield to rear glass about 9.5 feet. After that I got the rack. Now I carry all sorts of wood on the roof rack. I'm going camping next weekend with 3 friends so I will be hauling a few more things, I'm thinking it will be packed to the guilds.

adios, oh and 25- 40lb blocks, 1000lbs that's a hell of a lot of weight in the back of your poor vibe. I hope you babied it all the wat home

Well later all. Happy vibeing all!

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Postby GT_03 » Sun Oct 05, 2003 11:30 am

i took a full size home gym by Weider from my mom's basement to my place a few weeks ago. i still don't know how it fit.
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Postby engine1 » Mon Oct 06, 2003 10:35 am

One Ammco 4100 brake lathe! First time I saw my car lowered!
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Postby cool vibes » Mon Oct 06, 2003 10:45 pm

The biggest thing i"ved put in the vibe is a freezer in the back, just enough room"

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Postby shenandoah24 » Tue Oct 07, 2003 11:42 am

My mom put a kitchen in her basement--and all the cabinets fit in my Vibe. They were the Ready to assemble kind from Home Depot, but there was a total of 13 cabinets in that car. I was very impressed!!! It did, however, ride like crap because of the weight, but it all fit!!!! I shoulda took a pic!!!!
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Re: the vibe can haul........ (Salsa!)

Postby Jeff » Thu Nov 06, 2003 1:34 am

On one trip I hauled about 1,300 hundred dollars worth of stuff from Home Depot, including a new Maytag dryer! We opened a charge and got an extra 10% off the floor model and saved a $40 delivery charge to boot.

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Postby JustinVGT » Thu Nov 06, 2003 1:44 am

I'm going to be moving about 7 miles down the road and will be moving as much as I can in my Vibe. What sucks though, is we are moving the day before Thanksgiving and the few following days. So, our Thanksgiving will be postponed. I'll probably post some pics of my Vibe filled up.
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Postby ragingfish » Wed May 19, 2004 3:47 am

Bought us a new bar-bee-que yesterday...and hauled it home with NO problem!

Try fitting THAT in your Grand Am or Grand Prix mom and dad!

YES!I still visit GenVibe periodically. I have not forgotten about my "original" family over here!

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Postby Keely » Wed May 19, 2004 4:44 am

It wasn't the biggest or the heaviest, but under the category of odd I did haul a 200+lb., mid-17th Cen. stone buddha in the back of the Vibe, bringing it home from the antique dealership... getting it in and out of the car was alright, but getting it up on the mantle? Whew!
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Postby Nick1556 » Wed May 19, 2004 3:50 pm

I've always wondered what it would be like to replace the Mini Cooper in the Italian Job movie with the Vibe. Imagine your vibe hauling (removed) with all that gold. Yeah, I will keep on dreaming
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Re: the vibe can haul........ (coratz)

Postby MJN2 » Wed May 19, 2004 8:54 pm

Quote, originally posted by coratz »

just what are some of the larger crazy things have you guys hauled??

A 110 pound Alaskan Malmute...in her crate

Got the strangest looks from people. Dog that resembles a wolf, in a big black wire cage that's bungee corded to all the ring tabs in the back of the car, plus tied down to a few of the track tie-downs

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Postby roddney1 » Fri May 21, 2004 11:37 am

I tied my mother-in-law up to the roof rack with plenty of room to spare for the rest of the in-laws in the back! LOL
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Postby drunkenmaxx » Tue May 25, 2004 3:56 am

what about aunt edna?? (reference to christmas vacation)
i have hauled many a beer cooler when i went camping, along with all of the fishing poles and other junk.
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Postby ZubenElGenubi » Tue May 25, 2004 4:15 am

So, Justin, for Thanksgiving I guess you're stuffing the Vibe instead of a Bird....

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Postby drummerdude » Tue May 25, 2004 2:41 pm

I've gotten my entire drum set and 4 people with my big subs box in the back... do i win?
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Postby 03VibeGT6Spd » Thu May 27, 2004 1:58 pm

I put my daughter Quad in the back of are vibe,
The tie down's came in handy.


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Postby Mr. Poopypants » Fri May 28, 2004 1:11 am

Quote, originally posted by drummerdude »
I've gotten my entire drum set and 4 people with my big subs box in the back... do i win?

How did you manage that??


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Re: the vibe can haul........ (Mr. Poopypants)

Postby Fialchar » Fri May 28, 2004 1:47 am

'I've fit 9 people in my Vibe as well, but there's no room in the hatch area of mine, just front seats and back seats. (Note, I wouldn't do that again, my Vibe scrapeD just from turning with the road and every time I heard it I was like "ARRRGGGHHH")

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Postby drunkenmaxx » Fri May 28, 2004 2:35 am

don't we have like 6" ground clearance?
you must have had some fat mofo's in there!
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Postby Mr. Poopypants » Fri May 28, 2004 3:16 am

I will repeat, but to a different user, How did you manage that?

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Postby NSimkins » Fri Jun 04, 2004 11:58 am

Thought I would contribute to this thread today...

Helped my dad haul a 50 in. hot water tank in the Vibe today (w/ back seats folded down). All boxed the thing fit like a glove with a couple inches to spare. We proved those doubtful loading dock guys wrong.

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Postby ragingfish » Fri Jun 04, 2004 3:27 pm

I hauled 12 bags of top soil, and 12 bags of river stone home a few days ago...was pretty much riding on the bump stops in back...

And I was vacuuming for hours to get all that damn soil outta there.

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Postby GT_King » Sat Jun 12, 2004 4:09 pm

Well, I run my mobile paintless dent removal biz out of the back of my Vibe. I don't have a huge amount of tools and equipment, but it definetely works very well, kinda like a small cargo van.

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Postby johnsoax » Thu Jul 08, 2004 10:13 am

Here is what I just hauled this weekend.

5x8 trailer - 200lb+ Lawnmower

Sorry the pictures are so dark


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Postby johnsoax » Thu Jul 08, 2004 10:14 am

Second pic

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Re: the vibe can haul........ (johnsoax)

Postby maddmic » Sun Aug 15, 2004 7:10 pm

Hauled Sears 20 cu. ft. car top carrier in it's box to the house. Could almost get the hatch closed.

1 week later, filled the car with the wife, myself, the dog, his kennel, clothing, gifts, then put the 20 cu. ft. carrier on top for more items. Made a 3000 mile round trip.

Plenty of times we cleaned out the storage place and took it to the house. It really makes things nice when you have 2 Vibes. Kinda funny when people are helping you pack the car and you just keep on putting things in it..... Reminds me of the circus clowns in the car....


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Postby Sub-Vibe-R » Sat Aug 21, 2004 4:15 am

The worst thing I put in the trunk was sand...
Lots of sand for my kid.



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Postby Sub-Vibe-R » Sat Aug 21, 2004 4:17 am

And another pic from the outside.
You can see that Tein coil can handle a lot... It only dropped for another 1 inch.



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Postby 79 beast » Tue Nov 09, 2004 12:46 am

i bought the vibe so i could buy the large stainless bbq grill at costco.it was a large 2 boxes.if i didnt have the vibe ,i wouldnt have the grill.the grill wa a great price and use it almost every day in fl.

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Postby jdub » Tue Nov 09, 2004 4:45 am

all the food to feed 65 kids for a weekend retreat
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Postby polaris1000 » Thu Nov 11, 2004 1:10 pm

I have moved a 8ft couch and a 36' Toshiba tv with my vibe. The 36' tv fit in the vibe standing up and cleared the roof by literally 1/4 inch . It was like the Vibe was designed to carry a 36' tv and nothing bigger.

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Postby GKvibe » Thu Nov 18, 2004 9:54 am

Seven adults,
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Moon and Tunes,Power group,alloys.ABS
100K and counting, bought new, only totaled twice so far

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Postby onevibe » Mon Nov 29, 2004 12:58 am

I moved from Manitoba to Alberta with all of my possessions. My car was loaded with boxes full of computer and other electronic equipment. I also installed a Hidden Hitch and hauled a 5' x 8' single axle enclosed trailer. The Vibe did great. She lagged a bit if I put her in 5th so she cruised along in 4th 1400kms. I was concerned that the hitch would take away from her good looks but you can barely notice it.
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Postby pissedoffgokart » Tue Nov 30, 2004 5:30 am

I transported a car seat and 6 30" bifolding doors!!! I love this car still!

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Postby shane_c » Thu Dec 07, 2006 10:25 pm

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2006 Vibe (base) - Platinum Silver, 5 spd, ABS, Power Package, Infinity Speakers, Dynomax muffler, Cosmo SR intake - SOLD


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Postby nygiantzz1 » Fri Dec 08, 2006 1:33 am

I hauled everything I needed to build the base and flooring for my deck at camp, 12-concrete deck blocks, 10- 2"x6"x8' boards, 32- 1"x4"x8' boards and 3 4"x4"x8' posts in one trip with the hatch closed. (I used lots of plastic tarp to prevent scuffs) See attacment for pic of deck. I am adding another 8' next spring and putting a railing all around. The Vibe can haul a lot of stuff.

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