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Old 10-24-2009, 05:05 PM   #1
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09 access cab rear seats...

What's the best way to get them out? I'd settle for just getting rid of those goofy head-rests but I'd rather just chuck the whole thing for more cargo room.

I've already considered a cutting torch, a wrecking bar, a chainsaw, and and explosives but I'd rather just lose the rear seats and keep the pickup.

Thanks for the help.
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I've already considered a cutting torch, a wrecking bar, a chainsaw, and and explosives but I'd rather just lose the rear seats and keep the pickup.

Thanks for the help.
i say all the above and tape it and post the video please. someone here posted pics on the removal of them.someone will post the link
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Old 10-25-2009, 05:40 AM   #3
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What's the best way to get them out? I'd settle for just getting rid of those goofy head-rests but I'd rather just chuck the whole thing for more cargo room.

I've already considered a cutting torch, a wrecking bar, a chainsaw, and and explosives but I'd rather just lose the rear seats and keep the pickup.

Thanks for the help.

Bump....Anybody got information on this? I'm tuning my Stihl.
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Old 10-25-2009, 05:46 AM   #4
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I've thought about ditching the rear seats as well, already ditched the head rests and it seems like I can fit more. I think the carpet and everything is molded to the shape of the storage under the seats so w/o a lot of cutting I don't see it coming out very clean and stock looking. Good luck though.
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Pull the hard plastic trim straight away from the back wall. It will pop off, you might break some of the clips. Then simply unbolt headrests. Seats , remove trim cover from hinge points and unbolt them. I removed them and the rear seat belts, why carry around extra weight which I will never, ever use.
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Pull the hard plastic trim straight away from the back wall. It will pop off, you might break some of the clips. Then simply unbolt headrests. Seats , remove trim cover from hinge points and unbolt them. I removed them and the rear seat belts, why carry around extra weight which I will never, ever use.
Do you have pictures of this? I would like to see what the back seat area looks like w/o anything back there.
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Don't have any plans to gut the rear seats of my 2010 yet but the ones in My 2007 access-cab served me much better with the nice flat cargo deck it provided.
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My headrests would be off if I could get that damned sub enclosure off. It is a tough bitch indeed. I posted in that other thread and several others about changing the 09 AC back seats out for a pre-09 and received little to no help. I don't think anyone has done it as it is pricey. The post-08 seats suck ass!
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