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Old 06-18-2012, 06:15 PM
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ext. cab rear seat question?

Hi all,

So im installing a large sub box in the back of my truck and in order for it to fit i need to get remove passenger side double seat. I want to keep the driver side single seat. So where I am at now is I have the entire seat out but cannot for the life of me see how to disconnect the two. Can anyone tell me if they even can be disconnect from each other? And if so how its done. Any help would be greatly appreciated.



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anyone have anything?
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anyone have anything?
Have you tried talking to the mechanics at the dealer? I know sometimes when they pull the cabs, they have to take those bolts out to get the cabs off and they may have some better insight as to the seat configuration. That's my best guess.
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The center floor riser has a spring clip holding the 60% seat on the riser. It easier if you take the complete seat out of the truck, then pull the cover and pad back from the riser and you will see the clip. Hope this helps
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i pulled the out of my crew cab cant get the seats apart either. i didnt need them apart, just out. there are no more bolts so im thinking they were rivited together cuse they wiggle but will not seperate.

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i pulled the out of my crew cab cant get the seats apart either. i didnt need them apart, just out. there are no more bolts so im thinking they were rivited together cuse they wiggle but will not seperate.

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I believe there are only 6 bolts in the floor risers holding your 60/40 seat to the truck. To get the seats apart you have to take the bolts out of the fold-out load floor.
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