|11-05-2012 06:40 AM|
Interesting, thanks for sharing this.
Would be really handy for those using their Focus to haul or deliver stuff a lot! I've started seeing quite a few places around here using Focus's as parts haulers and it makes me wonder whether they've done something like this.
|10-25-2012 01:57 PM|
|Faygo Focus||El Focus Camino?|
|10-25-2012 01:13 PM|
For just the seat bottoms, it's two bolts per seat. Not sure if non 60/40 seats are different.
I've since removed the seat backs and basically gutted the hatch area. Will be building a new floor soon.
|10-25-2012 01:09 PM|
|tha1mar1986||how many bolts do u have to take out?|
|10-03-2012 06:03 PM|
|glocker||Did you ever put a rug or something in there?|
|09-17-2012 09:43 PM|
|08-28-2011 05:44 PM|
My prior car, a Ford Contour SVT I could remove the back seat bottom to move stuff.
I carried a new 42" plasma that way.
So I am glad to know i could remove the rear seats on the Focus. ANdthat the reaar seat tops lay flat. Cool.
I woulder if i just took out the bolts and popped the seat bottom, Would it stay in place if i just left it in the car? without being bolted down?
My Contour, once i popped the rear seat off the clips, I never was able to reconnect them properly. So the rear seat bottom just laid in place. But it NEVER was an issue.
Also interesting that the seat tops can unbolt.
|08-16-2011 10:06 AM|
I'm thinking about removing the seat backs and foam supports surrounding the spare. The spare will still stick up a bit, though. Not sure what I want to do with it...really would like to keep it in the car.
Will need a bigger Torx driver for the seat backs and seatbelts, though.
|08-16-2011 12:05 AM|
|HoustonFocus||Another thought, a 4' x 6' mat, rubber or other, should trim to fit.|
|08-16-2011 12:03 AM|
|HoustonFocus||Good idea. If you never use the rear seats, might as well gain the space and save the weight. Of course the seat backs are taking up space too.|
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