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Quick question about rear seat delete weight capacity

Hey guys! Would you put a set of tires on top of your LS rear seat delete to get a second set of tires to the track? Or put two on the seat delete and two in the truck? Do you think the material could hold two wheels w/o damaging the material underneath?

Thanks a ton.
 
Welcome to BMO. The fiberglass or whatever it is made of is relatively strong but I wouldn't put more than two tires on it. The key will be to gently put the tires in the car without dropping them. I think the material can handle the static weight of the tires but not the impact.
 
I carry two tires and tools on mine all the time and yes NFSBOSS is right on, static weight is OK. D

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10-4 guys.. I tried searching everywhere and couldn't find the answer anywhere.. You guys will see me around here some more.
 

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