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Old 04-26-2007, 08:20 AM
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Remove F250 Super Cab Back Seat?

Just bought a new 2007 F250, SC. Anyone remove the back seat yet? Need the room for the dogs and stuff.

Looking for the level of difficulty to be less than the benefit.

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Old 04-26-2007, 08:47 AM
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Its not hard at all just be carefull with the plastic covers covering the bolts in the front. The are held on with a metal ring that pops onto the head of the bolt and they will break easily. If you never plan to re-install rip those things off. Other than that simple job.
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Old 04-26-2007, 12:09 PM
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Talking Back Seat Removal

Thx. I will look at it this weekend. The weather forecast is sunny and 70s for Sunday, so time to fix if I screw it up.
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I removed mine a couple years ago. Put in a hinged flat platform with storage underneath. Put in a backwall (cutout for powerslider motor) carpeted the backwall, platform, and storage sides.

I keep all my towing accessories, jacks, flares, tools, etc. under the platform. I use the platform for carring wood projects, extra power tools, and the dog and cat while traveling. It's a lot more functional for me than the original leather seat.
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Old 04-27-2007, 09:06 AM
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you got LEATHER???? in the last 4 trucks we owned, and all the company units that the boss got us....GGRRRR... they all had PLEATHER a.k.a. fake, man made leather..
can you say vinyl. seats? sad dis-appointment for a luxury (lariat) truck.
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they are not very easy, take out the pass side first youll need a 18mm socket and wrench then youll need a t40 to pull the racks out, once you get the pass side out it will be so much easier
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CF Moore.. could you post some pics? It sounds like you made that rear area very functional. I just ordered the vinyl floor for my 99 and will be ripping the rear seat and carpet out and putting down a dynamat type deadner on the floor. It will be much easier to get the dog hair, dirt, mud etc.. out of there with vinyl flooring.
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I took mine out as soon as I got the truck. It wasn't to bad to take out, about 1/2 hour. I left the seat back atached and covered it with a cover from cabelas. My dog spends alot of time back there and during duck season he gets pretty messy.It gives him alot more room to move around and the factory seat stays nice and clean in my attic.
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Thx. I will look at it this weekend. The weather forecast is sunny and 70s for Sunday, so time to fix if I screw it up.
welcome !!
where in Il are you?
I have a supercab as well
I have tools and some basic experience
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