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Old 08-10-2005
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Rear seat torqs bit size

Hey i am removing my rear seats anybody know what size torqs bit this is.
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I'm pretty sure its T-45.. thats what I remember using to take mine out, but I could be wrong..
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Bet it's a 45 or 47
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I think it's a T-50, 99% sure. It was a year or so ago when I did mine, had to go get a Craftsman bit for like 8$. Gotta love craftsman though.
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I'm 99% sure its a T-50.
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Just removed mine yesterday. its a T45

EDIT: checked em out... it took a T47.

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are you going to put yours back in when we are done ? I don't think i am they are never used.
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I just checked my 2003 XLT S/C and they are T50. You might be able to get them out using a T45, but it is a very sloppy fit.
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I'll most likely be keeping my jump seats in, I've used them a few times... they're good for that unexpected drunk friend at the bar who can't drive.
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I always put the drunk friend in the front seat close to a window and door that they can get out of real quick.
Ben are you just removing them to get em outta the way. Or are you planning a sub woofer system or somethin like that.
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I'll most likely be keeping my jump seats in, I've used them a few times... they're good for that unexpected drunk friend at the bar who can't drive.
Thats what the bed is for man, in case of any return flow, if you know what I mean.

I am 99% sure they are T50 at least mine were on my 02 XLT S/C
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looks like the years varied...or people used wat kinda fit
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I used a T45 and it seemed pretty snug to me.
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