2 Door Rear Seat Removal

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Greetings from the "Space Coast"...

Wondering if anyone has pics of a 2 door with the rear seats removed, only passengers I expect to have back there on a routine basis are 4 legged.

Any and all feedback would be appreciated....





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Have not seen a pic myself, but I'm going the same route...

I can barely handle more than 1 human being at a time, dogs have NO capacity limit!
 

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They might be semi complicated to remove - however the seats fold flat enough for my Husky for sure - I would imagine your dog(s) are no exception.

Just fold them flat and be done with it in my opinion


also the seats are on what appears to be quite the hump - how would we deal with that?

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Agreed, probably best to just lay them as flat as they will go, maybe custom make a cover to protect the seat backs.... hmmmm
 
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This is the closest I’ve seen, if you want to count “not-yet-installed” as “removed”

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Thanks, forgot about these pics, the "hump" is revealed in these.
 

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There will be "rear seat delete" after-market options available, no doubt. Taking them out is one thing, but making it level and looking good is another thing. I can't wait to see what people will do in the future.
 

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Greetings from the "Space Coast"...

Wondering if anyone has pics of a 2 door with the rear seats removed, only passengers I expect to have back there on a routine basis are 4 legged.

Any and all feedback would be appreciated....
No pics, but I can almost guarantee that the bolts are Torx T45 or larger.
 

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Thanks, forgot about these pics, the "hump" is revealed in these.

Just rear seat delete and install a plate system
I like the idea of someone creating a rear delete plate system that would bring the back floor level with the hump, with the space below the plate being a small lockable storage area for firearms, etc. Dogs can ride on top.
 

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They say the doors are too long to fit in back to side. I’m hoping with the seat gone, they will fit the other direction using a track to slide them in and out.
 

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