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Old 11-15-2006, 06:27 PM
 
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Default Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

Hi,

Thinking of buying an 07 Tahoe LT2 next month. One thing I am concerned about is the removal of the 3rd row seat. How difficult is it? Can it be done by one person? Will the cargo area be flat enough for loading?

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Old 11-15-2006, 06:30 PM
 
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Default RE: Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

It is very easy. It has a built in handle and can be easily removed. I think you push down a switch and pull the handle and it slides right out It is split into 2 seats so it isn't so cumbersome.

The floor isn't completely flat. It has plastic rails where the 3rd row seat attaches, but will accept cargo on top of them easily.
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Default RE: Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

It's so easy a caveman could do it.
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Default RE: Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

Yeah, just a couple of latches and pull the handle.

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Old 11-15-2006, 08:57 PM
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Default RE: Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

Each Section removes with little effort but they are a little heavy!!! The wheels make them easy to roll.
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Default RE: Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

Thanks guys, sounds easy enough.
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Default RE: Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

They weigh about 70 pounds each. Good thing they have good handles. I removed mine to make it easier to fit clubs in. It was a little squeezed even with rears folded up.

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Default RE: Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

They are definitely easier than the previous design!
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Default RE: Removing 3rd row seat on 07 Tahoe?

You can buy a mat that is made to fit over the 3rd row seat rails. http://www.weathertech.com
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