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Who has done it?
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The rear seats are super easy. I just yanked on about the center of each seat and it pops up. Then you take the entire seat out. The backs have bolts at the bottom inside the cabin. The top bolts are in the trunk but again super easy.

The front seats I have no experience with so I can't help with them but hopefully somebody chimes in as I need to remove them as well.
 

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The rear seats are super easy. I just yanked on about the center of each seat and it pops up. Then you take the entire seat out. The backs have bolts at the bottom inside the cabin. The top bolts are in the trunk but again super easy.

The front seats I have no experience with so I can't help with them but hopefully somebody chimes in as I need to remove them as well.
Thanks for your help man.

Anybody have any insight on the Front Passenger seat?
 

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Just curious why you're doing this. Are you installing new seats?
I run 1/2mile events and was wondering how much drama it would be to drop some weight for a weekend.
Of course I would put the passenger and back seats back in immediately after.
Gotta have space to haul the ladies
 

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Front seats take 10min to remove and weigh at least 50lbs.

2 bolts on the back rails. Disconnect a few plugs under the seat. Tip the seat to unhook the front part of the rails

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73 passenger, 75 for driver side.


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Right. They are heavy

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Holy crap those seats are heavy. Thanks guys as well!
 
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