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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-30-2010, 12:34 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for pics of a 48" bench with bed delete

I just bought a used 07 rhino. I will be building a bed delete cage and putting a 3 position 48" PRP bench in the rear. Have any of you already done this? if so, can I see some pictures of your cage? With and without the seat installed. Thanks Don
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dude idk how you goimh yo put a 48 inch seat in a 44 inch rhino bed could you tell me how you plan to do this becuase i just bought a 42 inch back seat and that will basicaly take the wholre lenth of the bed up so i was just woundering hw the hell you going to fit a 48 inch seat in a 44 inch bed am just confused how you would do this so please explain
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dude idk how you goimh yo put a 48 inch seat in a 44 inch rhino bed could you tell me how you plan to do this becuase i just bought a 42 inch back seat and that will basicaly take the wholre lenth of the bed up so i was just woundering hw the hell you going to fit a 48 inch seat in a 44 inch bed am just confused how you would do this so please explain
he is building a bed delete cage, so he can widen it and hang the fenders out more, no stock steel bed would be used, as I read it.


many have done similar before, heck JoeyD on here has three child suspension seats across the back of his rhino



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oki ty i was just a bit confused so wouldent yuo have to tear the bed out and stretch the panels anit that what your saying??
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Bench with bed delete.

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oki ty i was just a bit confused so wouldent yuo have to tear the bed out and stretch the panels anit that what your saying??

Yup, that is it.

BTW are you related to Turbo on here? lol



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Yup, that is it.

BTW are you related to Turbo on here? lol
hahaha hes givin turbo a run for his money
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post #8 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-29-2010, 01:06 AM Thread Starter
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As 07fj said and I tried to make clear in my original post. I went with a bed delete. Jimbo at FU2 Chassis hooked me up with a nice radius cage that measures 52" wide in the rear so the 48" bench fit nicely. I still need to tie the rear of the cage into the frame before I really run it. Here are some pictures. My future plans are a LT kit so I can lower the rear seat a couple more inches. right now I can bottom out the rear suspension without hitting the seat.
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