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Old 12-10-2012, 06:47 PM   #1
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Question Removed rear seats from a 4-door, any options on how to fill the space?

Has anyone ever removed the rear seats from their JKU and replaced them with a cover plate, storage box or anything?



I have a friend that is wanting to do just this and was curious if anyone has any experiance with this.

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Has anyone ever removed the rear seats from their JKU and replaced them with a cover plate, storage box or anything?



I have a friend that is wanting to do just this and was curious if anyone has any experiance with this.
I wish there was an easy way to remove them like on the 2dr. I would make a plywood platform with a mattress for camping.

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I wish there was an easy way to remove them like on the 2dr. I would make a plywood platform with a mattress for camping.
Thanks for the input. That's a good idea but I think they're looking for something more secure and permanent.

Giving this thread a bump after changing the title.

Any thoughts, folks???
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I wish there was an easy way to remove them like on the 2dr. I would make a plywood platform with a mattress for camping.
I still sleep in mine with the back seats in. Run the front seats all the way forward and lean them forward. When you do this, the headrests on the folded back seats will drop flat. I use a piece of 1/4 plywood to cover the gaps left when you fold the back and sleep with my head to the front. You're feet angle toward the middle of the tailgate a little, but it sleeps just fine.
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