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Old 12-16-2006, 02:52 PM   #1
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i was curious if you guys are going to offer a rear seat delete setup like that as a normal kit? thats the best looking one ive ever seen because it looks stock and not gaudy like every other one ive seen before.
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Old 12-16-2006, 03:26 PM   #2
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looks like a set of floormats
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Old 12-16-2006, 04:27 PM   #3
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looks great, my 2 cents worth
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Looks sick, I usually hate them
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Old 12-17-2006, 06:11 AM   #5
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Niccce! Yeah I wish that we had more options. Mustangs have all sorts rear seat delete kits , even the '05 and up Mustangs have had a rear seat delete kit since the pre-production cars, like the one Hot-Rod had, you know the one that laid claim to the first New Mustang in the 12's.
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why cant someone make one
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Any competent stereo installer can duplicate what we did. It is just press board with carpet on it. Most of the time into these is making templates with cardboard. You then just cut the wood to size, assemble, cover, and bolt in. I doubt we would offer them as a kit.
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Old 12-18-2006, 12:16 AM   #8
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is it just one piece of wood or does it have small sides making it into a box of some sort? from the pics it looks like it could just be a single piece of wood per side. if thats the case i do think it sould be pretty easy to make.
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one piece on top with a small piece on the front side. The small piece on front has a hole to take advantage of the factory rear seat cusion bolt.
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DO you have a shot of these front piece with the bolt passing through it. I'd like to see how you did that.
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i have a set i bought from a guy for a convertible i am no longer using if anyone is interested 20 bucks and its yours. i paid 50 for them and used em on the power tour to store luggage on instead of on the seats.
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Looks great !
its not that difficult to attempt yourself
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Not much to see, but here you go!

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very nice and clean...good job, and fwiw Kaliente on here has a nice rear seat delete kit, i started to make one after the one she did but ended up sellin my t/a. but do a search and you will see the thread, it was really nicely done, the hardest part is matching the carpet

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Her name is keliente and here's the thread:

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