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Need help with a La Scala size issue, ladies and gents. Would they fit in the back of a Jeep Liberty with the back seat laid flat???

Thanks in advance.

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Need help with a La Scala size issue, ladies and gents. Would they fit in the back of a Jeep Liberty with the back seat laid flat???

Thanks in advance.

I don't think "they" both would fit at the same time. Maybe if you tie one to the roof! [:o] When I went to pick mine up, I was truly surprised at how big they actually are and how heavy they are.

Here are the specs...

DIMENSIONS 35.5" (90.17cm) x 23.75" (60.33cm) x 24.5" (62.23cm)
WEIGHT

123 lbs. (55.84kg)

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Yeah, they will fill a pick up for sure.....don't take a chance on stapping one on top of your rig. Make 2 trips or rent a vehicle, get one of your buddies to help, just don't take any chances.

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Or if you have a trailer hitch, borrow or rent a trailer!

Keep us posted,

Dennie

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Chevy S-10 with a 6.5' bed and cap, a few palletts and moving blankets, and a pair fit nose to tail between the wheel wells.

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I got my pair home in the back of my Xterra with the seats down. Get a hand truck and some padding to get them out of the house.

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By the measurements, they are only slightly larger than cornwalls...When I was younger, i moved my cornwalls in a honda accord (much smaller than the new ones), one in the trunk, one in the back seats. I would think something like that would work with a liberty w/ scalas, if you didn't fold the seats down?

Then again, maybe I am an idiot.

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Cornwall's fit in the back of a 2000 Jeep Cheokee, in there boxes. (with the rear seat down)

I would think they would fit, break out the tape measure.

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Don't forget when you lift those puppies, they're are heavy. The key is to put it all in your groin and your back. Take your legs totally out of the equation. Lift with your lower back in a jerking, twisting motion.

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Heck, just slap a pair of wheels on em and tow them home. Don't forget a set of turn signal and brake lights. I think you can rent a pair from U Haul.

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Heck, just slap a pair of wheels on em and tow them home. Don't forget a set of turn signal and brake lights. I think you can rent a pair from U Haul.

Or build yourself a redneck speaker carrier. [:o] Crazy, yes, did it save me from driving a uhaul, yes.

That Jeep has hauled 4 Forte ll's, 2 fortes, 2 Cornwalls lll's, 2 Heresys, 2 MWM bass bins, 2 402/k69 horns, 2 RB75's, 5 Quintet's, and a bunch of inwall speakers.

Other speakers I drove to get for other forum members, 2 split Industrial LaScalas, 2 Forte ll's .

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They'll fit. I had a pair in an Explorer with room to spare. You have to pay them on their backs though.

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You have to pay them on their backs though.

I thought the only thing you had to pay on thier back was a prostitute. [:P] Just trying to beat JB to the punch.

dtel - nice work with the bass bin hauler[Y] You must have had to watch out going over bumps, to make sure your front end didn't pop up!

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You must have had to watch out going over bumps, to make sure your front end didn't pop up!

They weigh about 425 pounds because there were no drivers in them, it did drag a little on some steep driveways.

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Or build yourself a redneck speaker carrier. Surprise Crazy, yes, did it save me from driving a uhaul, yes.

If Dollar Bill sees that rig, he is going to be after me again to go get the bass bins he wanted badly [;)]

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Don't forget when you lift those puppies, they're are heavy. The key is to put it all in your groin and your back. Take your legs totally out of the equation. Lift with your lower back in a jerking, twisting motion.

You never fail to make me laugh! Thanks. [:D] As a former UPS grunt that really got me.

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Don't forget when you lift those puppies, they're are heavy. The key is to put it all in your groin and your back. Take your legs totally out of the equation. Lift with your lower back in a jerking, twisting motion.

You never fail to make me laugh! Thanks. Big Smile As a former UPS grunt that really got me.

I laughed also when I read it, like many of Jacksonbart's, Fini's and a few others post you never know what it's going to be, it's always a surprise. [:D]

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