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only1phoenixx 10-05-2010 03:21 PM

Back Seat - How to keep it down?
 
Hi everyone!

Probably a lame question, but does anyone have any suggestions/creative ideas on keeping the back seat down in the flat, "lying down" position?

If I just leave it after doing the first fold down, it flips up if I go over a bump or go down a hill lol...I have the back seat removed right now, but during the winter I'll be leaving it in...

2010 2-door Sport edition...

Thaaaaaaanks!

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RatherBNarizona 10-05-2010 03:28 PM

I would try some bungee cords

mowbizz 10-06-2010 11:56 AM

My seat will eventually be history but for now it is folded against the front seats and when I hit the gas pedal too hard it does the "weebles wobble" thing and comes back and bumps the back of my seat...lets me know I need to get it outa there...:banghead:

Mr. Sinister 10-06-2010 12:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RatherBNmexico (Post 803708)
I would try some bungee cords

x2. loop them through the hooks on the floor in the rear and hook them to the loops on the back of the seat.

uselessllama 10-06-2010 10:17 PM

I use 2 small bungee cords, tied from the hooks that connect the seat to the floor, up to the roll bars beside the front seats.

only1phoenixx 10-07-2010 07:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mowbizz (Post 805129)
My seat will eventually be history but for now it is folded against the front seats and when I hit the gas pedal too hard it does the "weebles wobble" thing and comes back and bumps the back of my seat...lets me know I need to get it outa there...:banghead:

LOL! That's why I took out the seats in the first place...it would be so unexpected - the random folding up and crashing...though I'm hesitant about bungee cords because wouldn't it still be bouncing up and down? (Just don't want to wear out the teeth that hold the seat down...)

:)


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