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Accessing the space behind the 60-side of the SCREW rear seat

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by GunMonkeyINTL, Feb 17, 2020.

  1. highway420

    highway420 Full Access Member

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    Wait.. so amazon went as far as to copy this little contraption also??

    soon they'll be synthesizing food..:fish_h4h: oh, wait, they already do, huh?
     
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    GunMonkeyINTL Full Access Member

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    I didn’t realize it but I didn’t even order the BuiltRight one.

    I order off Amazon a lot for one-off purchases like this, if for no other reason than to avoid having to set up an account and payment method with another company.

    I saw the first link provided, to BuiltRight’s page, but went to order off the Amazon link that showed up further down. I saw the red ano aluminum ring, black frame, and $20, and ordered it- thinking it was the BuiltRight.

    When I went back later, I saw the BuiltRight one was black plastic now (scrolled past it the first time, thinking it was the knock-off), was $30, and there are a dozen other knock-offs as low as $12.

    Oh well. Probably not a lot that can go wrong with a part this simple.
     
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    That's what I thought, too. I also accidentally ordered the Amazon knock-off.

    Man... I sure miss my truck.
     
  4. GunMonkeyINTL

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    Back seat instantly exploded, and totaled the whole truck, huh?
     
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    If you could string a few of those together, it would be night she would never forget!
     
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    :happy175: I just burst out laughing.
     
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    If you have an 802a package there’s almost no usable space behind the seats. Enough room for a couple small towels rolled up, a couple bottles of water, etc.. the available space is chopped up into small irregularly shaped areas. I installed the BuiltRight device and still really don’t use it. Good luck...
     
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    Most of these "devices" are made the same, some put one decal and some put another. Get the cheapest one, hopefully you'll use it more than 3 times a year :)
     
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    Same. I was all excited (must be a holdover from my childhood days) to find this secret hidden space to stash things, and lowered the seat back down and was rather disappointed. Oh great, I can hide a piece of paper back here maybe!

    I guess the non-802A guys have some decent room, but as is I think there's more usable space behind the passenger seat that already has a seat release from the factory. I mainly only hide keys/wallet in the truck when I'm going hiking or some other activity where I don't want them on me.

    But yeah, silly me for sure... I was hoping to lower the driver's side rear seat and have this massive place I could stash a backpack, rifle, camping gear, fishing pole, bottled water, canned food, portable generator, board games, coffee maker... what a dunce I am.

    However, the BuiltRight strap is a fine product, and works exactly as advertised... but unfortunately rather pointless if you have 802A.
     
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    I was going to get one but I have two carseats back there. Dont plan on being able to move the seat for a long time.
    passenger side stays folded up all the time.
     

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