I doubt you could install bench seat unless you had a shifter on the column.
Oooh I missed the E-brake, nice catchEzeE1o said:and the foot operated parking brake
the jdm bench seat is not meant for a 3rd person, there is a center storage on it and a fold down armrest. from the looks of it, i think the seats are the same as the ones the US cubes get, just that the drivers seat has the center section attachedMilo said:Even if you could put in a bench for the front, where would you anchor the mandatory shoulder strap? The roof? And, if you don't want it for an extra passenger, then why bother? More trouble than it's worth isn't it?
...just thought I'd boot this post up to the front...anyone playing around with their rear bench ?rktect2 said:...aw c'mon, anyone tried to take out their back bench yet!!??
I'm really curious to know if it can be done relatively easily (slide it fore or aft off the rails, and tilt/lift out).
...quick question...so when it's out, what's left? ...the rails and seatbelt heads on the floor?BAL said:Ok I removed the rear seat today. Will slide off the rails. Did not attempt to take the rails off. Getting the seat out is a bit of a trick but can be done. I would not take it out unless I really needed to haul something badly and hadf no access to another form of transportation. Seat belts were a hassle to get back in place as well. I have put it back in just as if it was at the factory. My attempt at this was to see if in a pinch I needed the space how hard it would be. Not hard but time consuming which makes it a hassle.