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Access Cab Rear Seat Carpeted Flat Bench

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by mainewoodsballer, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. Apr 7, 2012 at 8:06 PM
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    mainewoodsballer

    mainewoodsballer [OP] YESSAHBUD...heyut

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    I didnt really know where to post this, so I dropped it in here.

    I didn't know if anyone wanted to see this thing I made. I am a musician and I carry a lot of equipment around with me when I play ( Amp/PA system and guitar being the biggest things) and it was really starting to beat up that little console and scratch my subwoofer. I also wanted to protect my Taylor guitar and Amp from banging around so I built this thing that can just slide right in and when you need the seats for passengers you can take it out and throw it in the bed.

    So here it is without the Subwoofer Cover.
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    I Got the idea to make this from TW member: jpmorrisvp. I found a pic of his and kind of went from there and modified it since he didn't have the Subwoofer in the back.

    And here it is with the Sub cover. Which is just a free standing 1/2 in plywood box without the back on it so it fits around the sub.
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    Made from 1/2 in plywood and pine finish board for the legs. Got the carped as scraps from a local flooring company for 5 bucks and used short shingling nails to attach it.
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    Thanks for looking!

    P.S. Check out my TRD seat-belt covers :)
     
  2. May 9, 2013 at 12:40 PM
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    WhiteTacoma09

    WhiteTacoma09 Faketannydeluxe

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    looks very nice of well thought out, i made one today in about an hour, i don't see your seat belt covers in these pics. [​IMG]
     
  3. May 9, 2013 at 6:41 PM
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    jpmorrisvb

    jpmorrisvb Well-Known Member

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    Clazzio seat covers, KB Voodoo Powder Coated Tailgate Cap, OEM running boards, ImMrYo Rear-View Mirror Lift Bracket, 35% Tinted windows, EGR window vents, color matched door handles and tail gate lift, WeatherTech FloorLiners, OEM bed mat, sound dampening on rear wall and rear doors, on anytime foglight mod
    Good look ... I have posted on here as well
     
  4. May 9, 2013 at 6:49 PM
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    longstonec

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    Nice, Its pretty easy to pop the back panel off and remove the rear headrests to get more room also. There is a thread on it somewhere on here. you have to be careful with the little "clips" that hold the panel on.
     
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