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Submitted By: Ramtuff
Date: November 16, 2008, 11:18:37 PM
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JL Audio Stealthbox - Ramtuff

Now you need to uncover the seat bottom. The seat cover is held to the base with four plastic channels. Slip the channels off of the rails on the seat bottom and lift the cover up.

At this point, you'll need to remove the console. It's held on with four 13 mm bolts (two on each side). Remove them (and save them), then slip the console and lower seat cover off. Be careful in doing this, because you don't want to tear the seat cover on the brackets.

Position the console and cover on the Stealthbox and install the four console bracket bolts.

Then roll the cover over the Stealthbox. Be patient and take your time, because it's a snug fit. After you get the cover on, you need to attach it to the box. Eight screws come with the Stealthbox for this. Pull the cover tight on one side, and locate the screw holes in the box. Poke the screw through the cover and screw it into the hole. Repeat this for each side. It's recommended that you fold the material over and screw through both the cover and the plastic channels if you can.

The seat is now ready to go back into the truck. Be careful though, as the new seat assembly is much heavier than it was. Also, take your time putting the seat in, as you don't want to damage the subwoofer on one of the seat brackets. Don't forget to slip the seat belts back through their loops. Even if you don't have an amplifier installed yet, run a set of speaker wires from the Stealthbox before you bolt it in. If you don't, you'll have to unbolt the seat again when you install your amp to access the terminals. As you can see, there's not much room between the box and the floorboard.

Now step back, and admire your handiwork. The great thing is, the new seat assembly looks just like the factory one. Don't mistake it for a factory seat though. There's very, very little padding on the Stealthbox, so it's very hard and it's like sitting on a rock. If you use your center seat a lot, this might not be a good option for you.
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