But all you gotta do that i know of is take the bolts out from the lower seat cushion and then the looong plastic storage compartment behind the back seats has some more bolts for the seatbelts.
Im not sure if there is anymore, but thats teh just of how to get them unhooked.
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Carmen Miranda? I guess you need all that space for those huge fruit hats
You will want to make something to cover the floor where the back seat bottom is, because that is how you access the fuel pump/fuel gauge sending unit, and you would not want a cargo shift to mess up those wires or fuel lines.
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|Am thinking of getting a Thule thing for the top as well.|
Getting the Vibe for gas mileage becomes nearly a moot point with a Thule on top. It will probably cost you 6-10 mpg, especially if you are carrying that much cargo...in that case, it may be beneficial to have a car that has lower gas mileage but more storage...you'd have to check the economics and the true value of swapping...
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Now removing the front seat is easy...and you'll gain more space doing that...
But if you have side airbags, you're again asking for trouble.
When your done it will look like this:
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