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Old 20 May 2003, 12:01 pm
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Default What to do with the rear seats

Should I leave them in or remove them????
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Old 20 May 2003, 03:58 pm
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Leave them in unless you're the Lone Ranger and expect only Tonto. You can always take them out later as necessary.
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Old 20 May 2003, 04:03 pm
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quote:Originally posted by hexicon

Should I leave them in or remove them????
Just a couple of questins that have to be answered before we can give you an honest answer.

Do you ever have more than 2 people in your PT? If you do, the rear seats come in particularly handy.

Are you trying to shave a few pounds off the weight of the cruiser? Does .01 in the 1/4 mile mean that much difference to you?

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Old 20 May 2003, 09:15 pm
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rear seats actually make more of a differnece than that. i took my back seats out and made a .4 difference in track times.
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Old 21 May 2003, 02:13 am
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well, what exactly do you want to do with the space??

let us in on the plan....

if you're planning on filling up that space with some subs, i'm all for it. and i want pictures.

but if you're just wondering if you should take them out temporarily for the thrill of lifting the heavy buggers and playing with the latches, then look in the mirror and do this: [|)]
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Old 21 May 2003, 11:49 pm
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I pulled them and will be doing a wood floor for the cruiser, but i will also be doing something similar to what has been done before, but modified a bit to allow the rear seats to be installed with the wood flooring still in.
the *only* reason I have them out is if i plan on hauling my tools around, picking stuff up from the machine shop like short blocks, etc. other than that they are usually in there
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