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Old 03-30-2012, 08:29 PM   #1
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Has anyone built a rear seat delete? im thinking of doing it. and on that note does anyone know how to remove the vertical part of the back seat?
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Has anyone built a rear seat delete? im thinking of doing it. and on that note does anyone know how to remove the vertical part of the back seat?
there should be screws that you un-screw and it should come off i think i havent taken it off yet just noticed em from the trunk, and they sell rear seat deletes on fox resto if youre looking to buy one: Fox Mustang Restoration :: Products

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idk if its the same for coupes and hatchbacks
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I don't remember cause its been a while.but I'm pretty sure there is no screws.what you do is push in on the seat and either up or down.there are tabs on the back of the seat.if you pull the top part of the seat away just a little you should be able to see how they come off.
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I don't remember cause its been a while.but I'm pretty sure there is no screws.what you do is push in on the seat and either up or down.there are tabs on the back of the seat.if you pull the top part of the seat away just a little you should be able to see how they come off.
i couldve swore there was screws holding the hinge type thing for the upper part on the hatchbacks
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It's possible.mine is a vert so maybe they are different
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mines a vert so ill look and see if it slides. i know the places lmr and am have em but it appears that its just a few brackets and some fiberboard/plywood and some carpet and i think i could do just about the same for like 25 bucks
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mines a vert so ill look and see if it slides. i know the places lmr and am have em but it appears that its just a few brackets and some fiberboard/plywood and some carpet and i think i could do just about the same for like 25 bucks
If you are talking about the rear seat, back section, there are two bolts at the bottom.
Remove those, then lift up and away to disengage the hooks at the top.


I plan on a rear seat delete too, but I will be fabricating mine out of aluminum so it will act as a firewall too. I'm moving the battery to the back and I may install an aftermarket fuel tank too, so some extra protection may be in order there.


Find some large pieces of cardboard and using some duct tape along with it you can easily make a pattern before you start cutting your seat delete material.
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If you are talking about the rear seat, back section, there are two bolts at the bottom.
Remove those, then lift up and away to disengage the hooks at the top.

I plan on a rear seat delete too, but I will be fabricating mine out of aluminum so it will act as a firewall too. I'm moving the battery to the back and I may install an aftermarket fuel tank too, so some extra protection may be in order there.

Find some large pieces of cardboard and using some duct tape along with it you can easily make a pattern before you start cutting your seat delete material.
thx for the tip. i will post pics when i get to doing it.
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