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Old 12-07-2012, 12:21 AM
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question on removing rear seat in supercab

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Has anyone removed the rear seat in a supercab? It seems like their are hooks or clips possibly, but i can't seem to get it out. I tried lifting it straight up which seems like it moves an inch, but i'm scared with excessive force i will end up breaking something. I'm not sure if i'm missing a latch or hidden bolt etc.
Any help would be great.
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just a guess

They have the car seat tie downs I dont know if they go to the seat bolt downs but since no one else said anything you might want to check that. Hope this helps.

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Old 12-19-2012, 09:27 PM
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I will check those areas once again tomorrow.
I still haven't figured it out. It seems like it wants to come out if i push straight up but just doesn't give. Hard to really see behind it but it seems like their are metal rods that possibly lock it into place.
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If u are talking about the seat back, there r three clips u have to push down on front the top behind the seat. U can feel the indentions in the top where they are. They are PITA. I removed it to remove the headrests. I found a writeup with pics somewhere.
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Old 01-08-2013, 03:54 PM
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Thanks for the response.
I still didn't get the seat out but i will try looking for those tomorrow. I am actually going to remove the headrests that's the reason for trying to get the seat removed.

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If u are talking about the seat back, there r three clips u have to push down on front the top behind the seat. U can feel the indentions in the top where they are. They are PITA. I removed it to remove the headrests. I found a writeup with pics somewhere.
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any more info on getting the rear seat back out?
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There is the same clips behind the seat that there is holding the grille in. PIA little suckers.
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