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ATTN: Those w/ 2-Door SuperCabs

Specifically those with jump seats. Where are you jack and spare tire removal rods? I am looking to possibly get a jump seat put in, but currently my jack and rods are stored below the storage space where the seat would go. Not sure if I would still be able to access that area with the jump seat though. So what is the stock location on yours? I have a cargo net and don't want to get rid of it for that center mount style.

(I know bottle jack = useless, but you never know when one may be needed and I would prefer to have it stowed away out of sight if possible.)
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Mine are behind/under the seats... that is usually wear I hide stuff if I have to leave the truck in a "bad area."


This is how mine is set up (only 2 doors, ftw)
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mine is behind the passenger side jump seat, when the jump seat is open, you fold the back forward to get in there
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perfect! Thanks for the quick replies. So I can just leave where they are then and still be able to access them.
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mine is behind the passenger side jump seat, when the jump seat is open, you fold the back forward to get in there
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by the way ... noticed the op has an 05 4x4 4.0 .... i thought 4dr supercabs became standard after 01 or so?
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I know a few people with 01+ 2 door super cabs
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by the way ... noticed the op has an 05 4x4 4.0 .... i thought 4dr supercabs became standard after 01 or so?
nope 2 doors were still an option..
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Mines a 2 door supercab, my stuff is behind the passanger jump seat as well.
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nope 2 doors were still an option..
They still are now.
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yep, you just pull the seat out then fold the back rest down. I have a crap load of stuff behind there. I got several lengths of rope, bungee cords, wire, rags, water, and a bunch of other stuff. With the seat being there you can fill the area up alot more because the seat helps keep things from falling out and being seen. Just make sure you dont crush anything with the hinges.
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