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Old 05-03-2013, 04:58 AM   #1
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Removing rear cab panel on DC

Can someone point me to someplace to get quick description on removing rear panel? I searched and there are lots of threads on door panel remival but can't find rear panel. Dynamated (GMAT) and added closed cell foam to all doors last night...what a difference that makes. Want to finish up rear today. Thanks
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:38 AM   #3
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Thanks. There was a bit of info there. It seems one has to remove rear seats which I was hoping wasn't the case.
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In order to get that plastic out, you will need to remove the seat backs for sure, and likely the seat bottom too. It's just a couple of bolts anyways.
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Thanks. Just looked and you are right doesn't look too difficult to remove seat back. Seat bottom folds up so shouldn't have to worry there. Anyone know which back panel needs to be removed first...drivers or passenger side? Guessing drivers by bolt configuration.
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I took mine out without having to remove the seat back. It was fast and easy.
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