Ford Raptor Rear Seat Release

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Interior Forum [GEN 2]' started by CrownOffroad, Oct 25, 2017.

  1. CrownOffroad

    CrownOffroad FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Looking for an easier way to lower your rear seat? Maybe you tried the zip tie, paracord or some other home remedy? Finally, a simple and robust solution to accessing the area behind the rear seat backs in your 2009+ Ford F-150 Supercrew and 2015+ Ford F-150 Supercab. This complete solution provides and OEM-looking nylon pull strap that can be used to release the rear seat latch and fold down the rear seat. The bracket firmly holds the latch pull in place and also guides the strap towards the top of the seat for easy reaching.


    BuiltRight Industries Ford F-Series Release Kit

    Pricing starting at $33 with options for colored pull handles

    Link to Order ------->>>>> REAR SEAT RELEASE

    Features:
    • Laser cut and CNC formed for perfect fit
    • Bracket black zinc coated for corrosion resistance
    • Latch pull red anodized for a durable finish
    • Nylon strap hand sewn to latch pull

    Kit Includes:
    • All components needed to outfit one latch
    • Steel retainer bracket
    • Pull strap and aluminum latch pull attachment
    • Installation instructions

    Link to Order ------->>>>> REAR SEAT RELEASE


    Made in USA. Lifetime Warranty. Patent Pending

    2009 - 2014 F-150/Raptor Supercrew: These models can utilize two latch release kits (one each side of the 60/40 rear seat).
    2015 - 2018 F-150/Raptor Supercab and Supercrew: These models store OEM tool kit behind the passenger side seat and use one latch release kit for the driver's side.



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  2. hamster

    hamster FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Got one....works good.
     
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  3. Jesse@MBRP

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    That’s a cool product!
     
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  4. WhatExit?

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    I got one too but I don't know why :crazy:
     
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  5. bfr

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    Excellent! Kill two birds with one small thermonuclear device...(my stone works fine). I prefer having my release velcro'd stealth behind the seat. But nice looking product, solid design. Hope you sell a ton.
     
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  6. Corey77

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    I got one too. Super easy to install. Had it for 2 months and have never used it....but I can pull the back seat down easily if I ever need to! This really should have been included by the OEM though.
     
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  7. Nimrod

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    Same here. Haven’t used it yet but I have it and it works great.
     
  8. wmurph3

    wmurph3 Full Access Member

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    Sold. Thanks
     
  9. Loufish

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    I just installed mine...impressed with quality and price. So...I'm all excited about installing mine and get the seat down, install the release all to find out there is no real room for anything because of the OE subwoofer...ha...ha...
     
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  10. JBBankshot

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    I checked on space first and found very little as well. It would have been a nice hiding spot too.
     

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