Goose gear 2-door "stealth sleep" seat delete

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That's nice. I need to keep at least one of my rear seats though.
 

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Now this is something I'll be getting, since it looks like you can put one of the rear seats back in if need arises.

I can count on one hand (and not use the other 4 fingers) the number of times I had passengers in the rear seats of the STi Hatchback I owned.
 
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Now this is something I'll be getting, since it looks like you can put one of the rear seats back in if need arises.

I can count on one hand (and not use the other 4 fingers) the number of times I had passengers in the rear seats of the STi Hatchback I owned.
im not completely sure this is the same product as the 1/2 delete. I saw older pictures of that one and it seems like they are different panels
 

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How much? I don't see it on their site. One seat delete would be perfect

 

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This seems like a nice system even without deleting the seats. I guess if you plan to mount stuff. I like the little security lockable door.
 
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which side of the bronco has more "get in" room on the 2 door again? if i was going to keep one of the seats which side is easier to get in
 

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which side of the bronco has more "get in" room on the 2 door again? if i was going to keep one of the seats which side is easier to get in
If anything it would usually be the passenger side. Fun fact, The AMC Pacer had a 3" longer passenger door just for rear seat access.
 
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It anything it would usually be the passenger side. Fun fact, The AMC Pacer had a 3" longer passenger door just for rear seat access.
im asking because i remember there was demonstration showing one side did have more slide up room
 
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