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crew cab fold out foot rest

can u remove the fold out foot thing lol and be fine the seats still sit in there fine?
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Do you mean the cargo tray under the rear seat?
If so, then yes you can remove it, and the seats still bolt in fine. I removed mine just after I bought the truck so that I could use the space under the seat for storage!!!

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sounds great thats what i wanted too know!
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Do you mean the cargo tray under the rear seat?
If so, then yes you can remove it, and the seats still bolt in fine. I removed mine just after I bought the truck so that I could use the space under the seat for storage!!!
Do you have to remove the seat to get the tray out? I never use it and it's just added weight plus it takes up valuable storage space as you'd mentioned.


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no u dont have to remove the seat
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Mine didn't have one when I bought it so I actually bought one to put in. I found that will the truck box in the bed I had no need for extra storage under the seat. Plus, the level surface is great for when the dogs are in there!
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