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Removing rear jumpseats on supercab and panelling with extended cab

Basically, would it be possible to remove the jump seats in my four door supercab and use the rear panel from an extended cab (the panel with the cargo net) to clean things up? Since I never have used the jump seats and most folks aren't that keen about being squeezed back there, I'm thinking I'll just ditch them but I want to keep the rear area neat and orderly.
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i dont see why it wouldn't fit......they are the same width.....the only thing i see as a problem would be the mounting locations not being the same....
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i dont see why it wouldn't fit......they are the same width.....the only thing i see as a problem would be the mounting locations not being the same....

Hmm, true true...Guess I just need to get one and give it a shot!
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you may also have missing patches of flooring where the seat frames mounted...i know mine did when i took my jump seats out... didnt matter for me though because i put a sub box in their place.
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you may also have missing patches of flooring where the seat frames mounted...i know mine did when i took my jump seats out... didnt matter for me though because i put a sub box in their place.

I figured that part out last night...I would just put something over top...or get a scrap of carpet and stitch it over top. I figured I might as well ditch the seats and get back all the space the seats take up. Time to find a junkyard....
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yea i have been thinking of doing the same thing....i took the seat and jack out and to put a sub box in...but ive been thinking of takeing the subs out and getting a that same panel with the cargo net.ut i just cant seem to find one with out buying it from the dealership...good luck on find one.
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this is a good idea, ive been thinking about what to do since i dont have my seats or jack anymore. i'll have to go to the junk yard too
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Here you go this is what you need right? another guy on this site is selling it on ebay

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...0754&rd=1&rd=1
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yeah that looks like it.. but looks like it'd need more pieces to work in a rear seater X-cab. or add somthn custom to make it look good
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That cargo net and panel combo are not really sub friendly. I tend to rattle the damn thing off the wall after a month.
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Well, I just bid on that panel. That is what I have been looking for. I'm going to install some reflectors or lights where the seat belt clasp extends from the suicide doors.


Can anyone post a pic of the back of their extended cab (with the netting) for comparison?
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dang i had just deleted a pic of that in my truck.......but i dont have 4 doors....
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I did a thread over at RPS that shows how I did mine:

<<<CLICKY HERE FOR THE LINKY>>>
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that looks perty nice! not a bad idea. i think im gona think of somthn like that soon.
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