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Old 03-16-2017, 05:17 AM   #91
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Just did my buddy's 2014, he had no idea the seat back folded down!
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Ok, I have no need to do this, but since I cannot, it's bothering me. I've tried the box wrench, folding the bottom seat up 3/4, everything and I cannot get the thing to release. I've been standing and pulling on it with all I have and it won't budge.

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The best way I found is with a box end of a wrench. There's the small nub sticking out. I used the camera on my phone to find it.
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Ok, I have no need to do this, but since I cannot, it's bothering me. I've tried the box wrench, folding the bottom seat up 3/4, everything and I cannot get the thing to release. I've been standing and pulling on it with all I have and it won't budge.

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I just tried this. Folded the bottom seat up which brings the back of the seat away from the rear of the cab. I then simply put my hand down the back and unlatched it. Easy. This was on a 2017 Screw.
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Being a whole lot less inclined to go the MacGyver route, I ordered two of these, one for each side of the 60/40 rear seat on my 2014 SCrew.
After watching the YouTube installation video it took about 15 minutes to get the tools out, install both, put the tools away and get a celebratory beer.
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I just ordered 2 today. Can't wait to get them installed. I keep stuff back there and I'm tired of having to "Fiddle" around back there to get the seat folded down. I probably could have made something but I like the "gadgets" that are available these days.
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Thank You Builtrite for an awesome product. I like the fact that the strap is stiff enough to not “flop over” and is just long enough to reach. Two thumbs up!
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