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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-09-2009, 09:44 AM Thread Starter
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Dakine 165 bag in Infiniti g35 sedan?

My friend has a g35 sedan. I just started thinking about if it would fit in the car. I might pack my soft racks, just in case. Any ideas?
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I have a fully padded 161 Dakine bag and it fits fine in a buddy's Acura TL, so I think it'll be fine in the G.
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Any ideas?
Only a radical idea, thinking outside the box and such: Try and fit it in your buddy's car. If it fits, it's probably a good guess that it fits. If it doesn't fit, well, my money would be on it not fitting.

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Only a radical idea, thinking outside the box and such: Try and fit it in your buddy's car. If it fits, it's probably a good guess that it fits. If it doesn't fit, well, my money would be on it not fitting.
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lol ive fit 3 board all 156-160 ish into a g35 coupe!!!
so pretty sure u can manage it with a sedan
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As a G35 owner I can say it completely depends on the year. Mine is an 08, the back seats do not fold down. If i dont rack my boards i usually have to take them out of my large Palmer travel bag, move the front passenger seat up a good amount and then i can fit them long ways leaning against the back seat (have fit up to a 163. With the bulk of a big board bag it will definitely not fit. the lighter weight, less bulky bags seem to work though.
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The G35 doesn't have a ski pass through? Wow, that's sh8tty!
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it does, but emphasis on the SKI part. In other words its narrow as hell and can fit maybe 2 pairs of skis.
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It's like an '04. I'm 90% positive the seat doesn't lay down or have a pass-through. I've had a truck since I've had the gear and never had to think about it. I used to stick my 7'2" fun shape in my impreza. That's sorta why I started thinking about it. I think I'll bring my soft racks just in case. They use flat pads instead of the old style and they pack up pretty well. Like munk said, if it fits, it fits.
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it does, but emphasis on the SKI part. In other words its narrow as hell and can fit maybe 2 pairs of skis.
Then that is sh8tty. My buddy's TL has a pass through and we can fit 2 boards through it, bindings facing each other and staggered.
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