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Old 04-27-2014, 10:33 PM   #71
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I like the paint idea! I'll have to do that. I'm always guessing where it needs to be so the seat locks back. I too went with the zip tie route. Tried drilling, but my drill wimped out, and it was a disaster. I tried the zip tie in desperation and it worked out better than I expected!
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Old 05-21-2014, 03:13 AM   #72
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this is great as my wife is 5 foot and I cannot figure out how to get my head rests for pivot forward.
I also cannot get my hand behind the seat to get them to go ahead.
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Just did this with drilling holes in the little handles. From there, I put a small zip tie in it along with a paracord, which has a key ring on the other end. Great mod and about the first one I've done to my 2011 SCrew.
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Old 02-06-2016, 08:34 PM   #74
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Here's mine (2010 Lariat).



My drill bit kept slipping off the little post that sticks out the side, so I drilled down through the metal covering the tip, and hooked a 1/16 cable through the latch where the spring connects:



The other end (nice of Ford to put that little lip on the front of the headrest to hide all this):



There's quite a bit of room back there. I stowed away a tool box, rain gear, light sticks, flares, and a first aid kit:



Thanks guys! But for this thread, I wouldn't have even known the seats fold down!
Damn. Wish I had thought of doing this when I did mine.
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Enough already that this rear back seat in the driver side can be folded down. Just to see somethings what is in there.....
No string attached to the headrest, I don't use it as my storage or something else.

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Old 02-10-2016, 07:35 PM   #76
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^ say what? I have quite a few things back there actually...
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