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Pushing Middle Seats to the Rear?


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20 hours ago, Peterm69uk said:

Hi all,

 

If you remove the rear seats out of a 2010 Vellfire can the middle seats be push to the rear?

 

Cheers

 

What an interesting question.

Which I cannot answer !

 

If the middle seats and rear seats are mounted on the same rails it might be possible.

 

My concern would be, that in the interests of safety in an accident Toyota may have taken precautions to prevent that happening, and vice versa.

But I don't know, and am interested hear other members views.

 

The other issue may be the middle seats fouling the rear inner wheel arches.

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I would image they are too wide, where you have the 2 centre captains chairs in a 7 seater, you have to slide them together to get them past the rear wheel wells. In pictures of an 8 seater with the middle row of 3 seats they look too wide.

 

Plus you would have to deal with the mounting points which won't be the same 2nd to 3rd row

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48 minutes ago, big_boz said:

I would image they are too wide, where you have the 2 centre captains chairs in a 7 seater, you have to slide them together to get them past the rear wheel wells. In pictures of an 8 seater with the middle row of 3 seats they look too wide.

 

Plus you would have to deal with the mounting points which won't be the same 2nd to 3rd row

 

Mounting points, very good point (pun intended).

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