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Old 12-20-2003, 02:21 AM   #1
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How do you DELETE the BACK SEATS ?

I was just wondering on how you take out the back seats? (Pictures would help a lot)
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Old 12-20-2003, 02:32 AM   #2
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These halfnaked pictures of chicks will get you no where....so I lied.

Do you have the kit? Otherwise it looks stupid.
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Old 12-20-2003, 02:42 AM   #3
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I will be getting the Delete kit for X-Mas, but I want to get an early start and start on taking out the back seats
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It's really easy.
There are two buttons under the rear seat. Between the cushion and the carpet. They are approximately in the middle of each "seat"... A lot of people said you could feel them if you stuck your fingers in there. Don't believe them. Mine was extremely tight and I could barely fit a screwdriver in there. So. Take a screwdriver or something and push these in (towards the trunk). It will release the seat and just yank that part out. This will give you access to the bolts for the back of the seat. If you lower the backs of the seats, you get access to the bolts to the little headliner thing which needs to be removed also. Then I think there are some other seat bolts under that. It's like 6-8 bolts if I remember. Real easy.
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thanks LASER02............
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I am going to do this tuesday to see how much more room that would free up to get bigger subs back there
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Old 12-20-2003, 05:18 PM   #7
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lol... why do you have to take it out to figure that out brent? just imagine no seats (you can fit lots back there )
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I meant to see if it freed any room up to slide a sub box into the trunk
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ahh... well so you dont waste your time, yes it gives you like another 5 inches
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sweet! Looks like I am getting my two 12's in my ported box after all
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hey brent, when i get a newe Cd player i have to take out the rear seat to put my 2 12's in the back... mine was really easy to take off, just used my fingers. ( tryed it a while ago to see if my box would fit. )
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Why do you want to get rid of the backseat? It has its uses!
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Why do you want to get rid of the backseat? It has its uses!
HAVE U GONE CRAZY??/??? I cant even sit in the back. let alone anythign else... hahaha
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Old 01-04-2004, 11:21 PM   #14
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I was looking for that thread on 3.8Mustang, this is the most common response.

Bend her over the hood.
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Back seat is good for those times when the only chick to get your freak on is a midget

MUHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA
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Second most was set her on the ebrake and let her have fun.
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Ha having a good ol time in the back seat would be close to impossible but its crazy the things you will do when the moment presents itselt. I myself prefer the passenger seat laid back.
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i am 6'3" and i figured out how to "use" the back seat . . but i still wana delete the sum *****
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why delete it... its like 35 lbs and can come in handy
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