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Old 04-11-2013, 05:41 PM   #1
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Rear seat delete

Anyone have it? I wanna see how it looks and what goes under it.. Or is it just a piece of fabric?
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How many have a rear seat delete kit?
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Old 04-18-2013, 01:53 AM   #5
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Just take it all out and leave it out, you don't need some fancy carpeted board
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Just take it all out and leave it out, you don't need some fancy carpeted board
Some people need it for the noise and the looks :p I took mine off for a while and I didn't mind the noise I just blasted my radio I didn't mind the big horrible hole either, but some people try to impress girls
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Some people need it for the noise and the looks :p I took mine off for a while and I didn't mind the noise I just blasted my radio I didn't mind the big horrible hole either, but some people try to impress girls
Haha I need it for people to sit on. I was just wondering if it would break if someone sat on it lol
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Haha I need it for people to sit on. I was just wondering if it would break if someone sat on it lol
You would need to make it out of wood instead of cardboard.
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You would need to make it out of wood instead of cardboard.
Yeah I know but it would be just as heavy as a seat anyways so no point
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Yeah I know but it would be just as heavy as a seat anyways so no point
Are you more concerned about weight rather then looks. If its just weight then
cardboard would b your best bet. That is what i did.

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Did you custom make it yourself
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Did you custom make it yourself
Yes I did very easy to make actually. Only costs me like $20 in materials basically.
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Do you still have measurements of it? I want to do this instead of paying 150 for a delete kit
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Do you still have measurements of it? I want to do this instead of paying 150 for a delete kit
Its easy do you know how to remove your lower seat portion in the back.
I can prolly walk you through on how to make one.
Its the bottom section that is time consuming to get the right angles.
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Everything is removed in my interior
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Everything is removed in my interior
Are you gonna put your interior panels back in??
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Yea I already have them in
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Yea I already have them in
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Youll need a few measurements. I used a thick cardboard from like a shipping center and a like 2 rolls of auto carpeting from any of your parts store and can of 3M adhesive spray.
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Got it, if I'm off today I will go to auto zone and start getting supplies
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Got it, if I'm off today I will go to auto zone and start getting supplies
Youll need both length and width of the top section and bottom sections.
I made mine about a 1/2 in larger so you can trim the radius sections of the rear seat delete.



Once you have the interior panels in its easier to do.
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Got it thanks for the help
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Got it thanks for the help
No problem dude good luck.
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Here is the underside of mine. I used a strip of velcro to hold mine down.



And picks with no rear seat belts.

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That looks good. Thanks for the pics.
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That looks good. Thanks for the pics.
Send me pics once u get it made.
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Will do. Hopefully I don't work today so I can start getting the supplies
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