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Howdy All,
Newly Signed!!! and have been searching, reading and enjoying the posts for past few days.
I have bought a 2008 5 passanger commander and it has a factory installed snugly fit cargo liner. I could use a 3rd row but I was told that it could not have been preped for 3rd row install so i would like to remove this liner and see if it has the tracks and bolt holes. I have tried to remove but it shows no fastners, i am sure they are there and hidden.
Have any of you had experience with this, i don't want to force and break the liner so please HELP....
Thanks in advance.
 

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Where are you located? the 5 passenger model with the cargo liner is not avialbale in the states (someone might correct me if this is a 2009 option).
 

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Where are you located? the 5 passenger model with the cargo liner is not avialbale in the states (someone might correct me if this is a 2009 option).
Yes it is. It was available beginning with 2008.
 

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Michigander....home of the 16/0 LIONS (or now more appropriately called by locals as lambs???)....
 

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...my bad yes 0/16 and cico7 what state ae you in, i may use it if i could just get that d**m thing to come off, any ideas fellaas???
 

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just take out the storage tray. it uses 4- 10mm bolts to hold it in place.

then you should be able to see what is under the storage tray holding the 3rd row delete in place.
 

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thats what i can't find, are they under something, its not showing any bolts or any type of fastners. and don't want to yank it and break it so i thought if any one has already played with it, i would pick their brain.
thanks 4x4.
 

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take out the jack storage compartment.

remove the jack and tools. you should see 4 nuts holding it in. remove the nuts, and you should see what holds it down.

most likely its just held in with some pop fasteners.
 
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