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60/40 seat mod question

How wide is the space between the seats with the 60 to 40 seat mod? I want to fabricate a console prior to doing the mod and need to know how wide I can make it.

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lemme go measure quick
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8 inches
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Thanks dude! I want to install my 8" sub in there and maybe my amp.
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