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My custom rear seat delete. (EG)

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Old 04-28-2010, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default My custom rear seat delete. (EG)

Check it out. Way cheaper than buying one for 500 and it looks damn good,.Carpet doesn't match but i dig it.
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Looks good, but looks heavy too.
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Old 04-28-2010, 10:35 PM   #3
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and you made it how?
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How can ya tell?
It weights a little more than rear seats, I wasn't looking for weight reduction. I like the look of a 2 seater better.

And I made it by buying wood, cutting, and sanding it. ha
I did it since I dislocated my hip and can't work, but yet can build that. ha
Took me a weekend.
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Well I've just looked at the rear seat deletes they sell and they're fairly heavy, looks good though.
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1/2 inch thick plywood?

Maybe a write-up would be awesome of how you made this since there may be other members on here that would be interested as well...
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Actually I used particle board. I found it easier to cut and sand. Sanding is a big deal with this. Yeah i could do something. Wouldn't include measurements though I'll just show ya how to make it like mine and sturdy.
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ah, job well done man! you just save yourself some cash and have the joy of saying you've got something that not everyone has.
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Well I've just looked at the rear seat deletes they sell and they're fairly heavy, looks good though.
Corsport makes two.
Street is heavier version i think it is a little less than rear seat
racing like 11 lbs i believe and doesnt support weight.
But those are way overpriced. I think I spent about 70 building mine and i bought really exspensive carpet and wood.

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ah, job well done man! you just save yourself some cash and have the joy of saying you've got something that not everyone has.
Thanks man. That is what I was going for. I love the way it looks, wasn't easy though but worth it when I get positive comments like this.
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Not bad! Im wondering if by using some other material if you could save a little bit of weight. Would be interesting to see this in fiberglass.
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A lot of people use mdf board. Which is lightweight. I wanted mine to be able to withstand a lot of weight so i went with exspensive partical board.
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Looks good. Did the same basic thing with the trunk in my LX (not seat delete, but a full floor behind the seat). I used real MDF not the lightweight stuff.

Regular MDF is heavier than particle board by a large margin. I don't know about the light weight stuff as I have never used.
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Nice But Why Do U Have A Bandana Laying In The Middle ???
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Looks good bro, a writeup would be nice.

I want to do this but idk if it'd look right in a coupe....
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Nice But Why Do U Have A Bandana Laying In The Middle ???
Cause I'm a gang banger. duh.
And write up will be coming this weekend. I'll include pics on my braces. And try to get some measurments for you guys, but it is a b****.
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