Jmcsqrd

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About Jmcsqrd

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  • Region
    U.S. Pacific Coast
  • Location
    CA
  • Current Vehicle
    2014 Spark LS
  1. with the amount of tools required for me to transport for work, the seats took up too much space. Removing them gave me an additional 8" of head space (after taking into account this tray). Also, with me removing them and making this piece removable as well, I can keep the seats in good condition for when (If ever) I need to transport passengers.
  2. And finished. Took 9 hours and $80. not bad.
  3. I originally posted in towing and cargo trays but I want a larger chance of this being seen. lol. I got sick of having no space in the car. So i deleted the rear seat and decided to essentially create an interior truck bed.
  4. 20170813-165112.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Trap door works perfectly.
  5. 20170813-165102.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Used a bolt head to keep trap door grip small and unobtrusive.
  6. 20170813-161446.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Initial Carpet Fitting.
  7. 20170813-161440.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Initial carpet fitting.
  8. 20170813-154534.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Cut out and tack welds for trap door to wheel well storage.
  9. 20170813-154525.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Cut out and tack welds for trap door to wheel well storage.
  10. 20170812-172609.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Cargo Tray installed, no hinges, not complete.
  11. 20170812-172551.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Cargo Tray installed, no hinges, not complete.
  12. 20170812-160852.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Cargo Tray Partial
  13. 20170812-160847.jpg

    From the album Jonathan Cleveland

    Cargo Tray Partial