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Measure the space in the rear seat and cut a 4x8 piece of plywood just big enough to lay down on the seat and cover the space where your feet go. you may get more sliding the seat forward for the night. Nail a 2x4 across the bottom of the spliced plywood and nail 2-3 legs on the cross member and lay down some pads or blankets. Works great and super cheap. I would leave it in the bed of the truck and I drilled holes and used bolts with washer and a ratchet to attaché the legs to save room.
Truck drivers have been doing this for years.
I attached a pic of one that isn't mine but you'll see the idea easily. just sand the edges down smooth and wrap a couple of crappy sheets to keep the wood from snagging anything on the seat. Plus they sell cots/camping pads at walmart super cheap. I attached my little redneck drawing too lol.
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