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Chumba

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  1. On 1/14/2015 at 0:05 PM, windguy said:

    The number one issue I have is the mat is really tacky, kind of sticky over the entire area. I tried regular water on a rag to remove and then a degreaser in one area, but neither worked. It seems more like an adhesive residue. Anyone else have this issue or a remedy? I know once I get beach sand in there it's going to be a mess to remove. Goof off is good at removing adhesive residue but that's a large area to clean. What's odd is that you can almost see a pattern to the tacky spots. Is it possible that they laid down a template then sprayed this on so that the flooring wouldn't be slippery to remove liability in case some cargo slid forward if braking hard? just a thought.

    Did you ever find a way to remove the tacky feeling? I have the same thing on my 2016.


  2. On 5/10/2017 at 8:23 PM, Beta Don said:

    You removed the console?

    Don

    Not yet. The bike fits with the center console in place but i do take out the arm rest when i transport the bike.

    The front of the tire overhangs the console. If i ever get a bigger bike i plan to remove that and fit a wheel chock in its place.

    This guy did something similar with a 2011 model - http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/reviews/ford-transit-connect-xl-wagon-haulers


  3. 18 hours ago, Chumba said:

    Did you ever figure out how to remove the existing armrest?

    Trying to do something similar on my 2016 TC.

    Figured it out!

    Just rotate the armrest to a 60 degree angle and pull. Should slide right off.

    If you are having trouble, try putting the armrest in the lowest position then (assuming your in the passenger seat) pull toward you while you rotate the armrest through its full range of motion. That's it!


  4. Figured it out!

    Just rotate the armrest to a 60 degree angle and pull. Should slide right off.

    If you are having trouble, try putting the armrest in the lowest position then (assuming your in the passenger seat) pull toward you while you rotate the armrest through its full range of motion. That's it!


  5. Does anyone know how to remove the driver side arm rest on a 2016 TC? 

    I'm trying to fit a motorcycle in the back of my 2016 TC and the front wheel (ever so slightly) pokes between the seats. Just enough for the arm rest to get in the way....

     

     


  6. Hi All!

    Just bought a 2016 TC!

    I will be mainly using it to transport a motorcycle to and from various race tracks in and around Massachusetts. My old car was a Focus ST so its a big change but am so pumped to have a VAN!

    Josh

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