I am a yankee excited about the Transit Connect coming to the US. A Toyota Previa minivan will hold 4x8 sheets of plywood or drywall completely enclosed. Re: CARS that can hold a sheet of 4x8 ply flat? A roof rack also works. If smallest not, how about hold a. In addition, the two front seats must be slid all the way forward. I' m considering 4x8 replacing my full- size pickup with the small van but I need to be able to fit 4x8 smallest sheets 4x8 of plywood in it for my job van as a carpenter.Looking for a vehicle that can do daily driving for a family of 4 but we can also use to haul wood from the lumber yard ( small) furniture from the thrift shop. Hey folks, Considering purchasing a Pathfinder. I have a hitch small trailer for hauling sheet bulk goods. smallest a half sheet of plywood at smallest a sale a few months back and I. Can van you fit a 4X8 sheet of DryWall/ Plywood in these SUVs? Can you fit a 4' x8' ( 122cm x 244cm) sheet of plywood in a Ford Transit Connect? I do all my large hauls with my bikesportster). What is the smallest smallest car that can hold a 4x8 sheet of plywood ( with seats folded likely)? My Odyssey did that carried many sheets ( over 4x8 many years) As I recall you could only get about 4- 5 sheets of 3/ 4 plywood plywood in due to the trim on the back of the front seats.
For the 4x8 plywood and couches, we have had a full size van in the family continuously since 1986. So I am really, really spoiled. My son just moved from one college house to another and his friends were amazed at a full size van' s capacity. Probably the smallest vehicle that will hold a 4x8 sheet is a big minivan like the current Chrysler vans. Domestic Vehicles ( Cars/ SUV/ Minivans) that can handle 4X8 sheet goods? I am looking for a vehicle that can carry sheet goods ( plywood, sheetrock, etc) during my side job on the weekends but can also have passengersduring my off hours for family time.
smallest van to hold 4x8 sheet of plywood
I ended up tilting the plywood up on the front side of the van and sliding it up over the driver and passenger seats ( after removing the headrests). After that, I literally had to hold my breath out to squeeze myself into that little remaining space. Do you have a corner of the yard or garage to keep a small 4x8 trailer?