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Planning to order the Cargo Dog set up later today. Pricey for sure but it looks like a fantastic set up.
Cargo dog is definitely the way I would go if I wanted a more permanent installation. I want to be able to put the seats back quickly.
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Cargo dog is definitely the way I would go if I wanted a more permanent installation. I want to be able to put the seats back quickly.
I don't think it's going to take a lot to get it back out, it's only held in by the 4 bolts that lock down the plastic storage tub. Probably the biggest nuisance to deal with would be disconnecting the "quick-clip" connector that brings the electric from the 60% side to the 40% side (and, having had to do it once during install, it's a small nuisance.)
 

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Cargo dog is definitely the way I would go if I wanted a more permanent installation. I want to be able to put the seats back quickly.
All done for about $75 - $80. Some might say it looks like $80, but it will get the job done and it’s easy to replace one or both seats. Crappy pics, but you get the point.

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I don't think it's going to take a lot to get it back out, it's only held in by the 4 bolts that lock down the plastic storage tub. Probably the biggest nuisance to deal with would be disconnecting the "quick-clip" connector that brings the electric from the 60% side to the 40% side (and, having had to do it once during install, it's a small nuisance.)
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I ordered mine Friday also.

The DIY deletes look good and I could have gone that route. I believe the cargo Dog is my best option. Easy to remove and reinstall the 40%, 60% or both if I need to use the seats.
 

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Cargo dog is definitely the way I would go if I wanted a more permanent installation. I want to be able to put the seats back quickly.
I ordered the Cargo Dog. I don't think I will need to be putting the back seats in often, if at all. I don't think it will be all that difficult though.
 

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All done for about $75 - $80. Some might say it looks like $80, but it will get the job done and it’s easy to replace one or both seats. Crappy pics, but you get the point.

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