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    Default Will a 4x8 sheet of plywood fit

    Will a 4x8 sheet of plywood lay down flat in an early 2000's vintage suburban?? Just curious, thanks

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    in theory it should with all the seats folded down

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    I will fit. I folded all my seats and fit full sheets of drywall, which you know are longer than plywood and the same width.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longbeach View Post
    Will a 4x8 sheet of plywood lay down flat in an early 2000's vintage suburban?? Just curious, thanks
    Absolutely.

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    OK thanks, I know it will fit in my '97, but I had read somewhere about the newer models not being quite as large back aft. I've been kind of sniffing around maybe a little newer model than my '97, 1/2 ton instead of 3/4.... just curious for now. Thanks

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    GMT900, 2007+ models will not fit.
    Mostly because of the way the second row seats fold. Seat back folds down, then the back and bottom cushion rolls forward to allow entry to the rear.

    I wonder if the older style seats can be put into the newer rigs.

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    That's a real shame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janikphoto View Post
    I will fit. I folded all my seats and fit full sheets of drywall, which you know are longer than plywood and the same width.
    Man!! I woulda just used a tape measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana W View Post
    Man!! I woulda just used a tape measure.
    I wasn't stating that I tried a piece of drywall specifically to satisfy his query. I meant that I had previously done it, so I know from experience! I appreciated your joke, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janikphoto View Post
    I wasn't stating that I tried a piece of drywall specifically to satisfy his query. I meant that I had previously done it, so I know from experience! I appreciated your joke, though.
    Hee Hee, of course not. It just struck me funny.

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