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Old April 4th, 2011, 10:04 PM
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rear seat on tub tool box

Has anyone ever mounted a forward facing seat on top of a drawer system in the tub of a defender? Curious if any of them are strong enough to hold a seat or not. We all know storage is a problem in these things, but it is really bad when you have 2 car seats in the back. Looking to expand my storage capability. Tell me what you have done. Pictures are of course always a plus
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Old April 4th, 2011, 10:17 PM
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There was one a few months ago for sale.

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any idea where you can buy a box like that? I guess I could build it, but it would be a PITA.
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No idea, but personally I would not mount the Y-belt to the storage unit.
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No idea, but personally I would not mount the Y-belt to the storage unit.

I agree. The factory y belt mount is pretty stout. Just woulnt want to risk it with someon being in the back seat.
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