FYI - I dont know how much extra space you will actually find. Our gas tank is under the rear seat.Misterflipper said:If i take them out and would i be able to put them back in after i was done with them....i was gona do something crazy with all the extra space
having taken them out they will be a PITA to put back inscionetics said:not trying to be negative at all...
but common sense says why can't you replace
the seats after you've taken them out?
that is unless you change/modify/damage the mounting points.
then common sense would say you'd have a little
difficulty putting the seats back in.
yeah but when ya leave 'em out for a long time ya totally forget what goes where and...ah.... IS that all the partsPCH said:Had to remove my seats to run a wire to the back. Didn't have any problems putting them in. I hope you separated them (60 section goes in first with the support bar and then the 40 section)
yeah but out and stay for along time ain't the same heck I don't even know where my son put the boltsSkeeter said:Its a peice of cake, I cant count how many times I removed mine while running cables and building the box. Air tools do help.