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Christmas tree transporting without roof rack?

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It just hit me. How is everyone getting a Christmas tree home without roof racks? Hard top. F-150 is in storage. Never even thought about it…🤦‍♂️
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Pop off those front panels and let that baby sit in the passenger seat with the top poking out the roof 😂
 

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An artificial tree fits fine in its box in a moar door.

Probably not in a 2 door though… May need a trailer or something. :unsure:
 

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As long as no one is riding with you, what I do every year(and really any time I need to transport something long ie. lumber) is take out my front passenger seat. It’s just 4 13mm bolts and a wiring harness. With a cordless ratchet it takes all of about a minute to get the seat out.

With the seat out of the way, and the back seat folded down you can easily fit an 8 foot tree. (I’ve also done it by just pulling the seat all the way up and tilting the seat back forward, but then visibility is a little limited)
 

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I fit this in a Miata when I sold a plant to a local brewery. You can figure it out. In your situation I'd just roll the windows down and run a ratchet strap around it.

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Beat me to it. Think of it as the ultimate scented pine tree ornament.

Pop off those front panels and let that baby sit in the passenger seat with the top poking out the roof 😂
 

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I live near a Christmas tree farm. Trust me, if the wheels roll, you can strap it somewhere. I’ve seen them in multiple orientations, some a bit sketchy but I’ve only encountered one on the side of the road so lots of rope and duct tape, your good!
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