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Spot on. Not to mention. Drivers front side sled rail support should be on the outside like in the rear. Should be about where the dudes left shoulder is. And what's up with the gap on the back support. And is that a flimsy floor the rails sit on? Not for walking on.

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This pic is the one I use to dispel the idea of a sail storage. There's just no room, unless you're thinking dropping some nuts and bolts in through the crevices. I mean, look at it. There's just no friggin' way.
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This pic is the one I use to dispel the idea of a sail storage. There's just no room, unless you're thinking dropping some nuts and bolts in through the crevices. I mean, look at it. There's just no friggin' way.
There wouild be about the thickness of the rear door window offset of room ifor the sail storage....
 

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recovery gear, tools, fishing rods, sleeping bags.

It just needs to be a convenient wall/spot to store Shiite... not a whole shed.
 

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Look at ogre image above that's circled...those underlying structures are in plane with the door openings and sides. If you imagine them putting doors in and bolting the "sails" to those structures there's no room for storage. ...

I attached a pic to give u an idea, to me looks like that whole front area lifts up...not 100% though
We are looking at the same thing and coming to different conclusions.
I agree about the frunk. Looks like it will have easy access.
 

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Look at ogre image above that's circled...those underlying structures are in plane with the door openings and sides. If you imagine them putting doors in and bolting the "sails" to those structures there's no room for storage. If the sails do bolt to that structure, the only way it would have room if those structures rotated out and up with the "sail" panel attached. It could but prob not likely.

No need for sail storage when there is the frunk that should be pretty deep. Also from the video from investor day the frunk looks like it opens up like the ford lightening possibly, which I think is way more useful imo.

I attached a pic to give u an idea, to me looks like that whole front area lifts up...not 100% though

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I'd say you are right about the whole front opening. Come on, people, lets be honest. If there was a panel gap between the hood and lights, we'd be able to see it. Am I right or am I right? I'm right. Right. Right. Right.:D
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