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Old 01-23-2012, 01:51 AM   #1
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Getting more trunk space

On the rear seat of the Jeep on the back, there is padding/cushioning right?

is there a way to take it out of the back of the seat and gain an inch or half inch of more space?

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Easier said than done probably...however, something I just thought of after submitting my post in your other thread. How about relocating the seat brackets in the front and the rear latches forward half an inch or so? That short of a distance shouldn't cause issues with your seat belts either. Well...if you move it TOO far forward, your buckles might not stick out of the seat far enough...but that's probably the biggest issues you'd run into.

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Have you thought about a Trailer?.............lol

Let us know what, if anything, you work out.

Except for the Trailer that is, that's already been done.
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Old 01-23-2012, 03:49 AM   #4
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I will be looking into moving the brackets it looks like.... I just hope to god I don't drill down and into my gas tank or anything

is there anyone who has relocated their brackets and bolts, etc.... who can tell me the safe zones and the DO NOT DRILL zones?
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