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Hi All,

I understand that this is probably an idiotic question that has an exceptionally simple answer - but - how do I get the folding seats in the back of my 1996 defender to stay so that they are folded up?

Many thanks,

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48 minutes ago, PeterHenry said:

Hi All,

I understand that this is probably an idiotic question that has an exceptionally simple answer - but - how do I get the folding seats in the back of my 1996 defender to stay so that they are folded up?

Many thanks,

Superglue?

Sorry! 🤗

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49 minutes ago, PeterHenry said:

Hi All,

I understand that this is probably an idiotic question that has an exceptionally simple answer - but - how do I get the folding seats in the back of my 1996 defender to stay so that they are folded up?

Many thanks,

they have a strap..................

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2 hours ago, ditchman said:

they SHOULD have a strap..................

Corrected it for you to allow for a Friday afternoon build

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1 hour ago, amateur said:

Corrected it for you to allow for a Friday afternoon build

well ...you will just have to use some sellotape or a bit of string...........

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2 hours ago, ditchman said:

well ...you will just have to use some sellotape or a bit of string...........

Gaffer tape is also available in a range of toning colours to provide the authentic Defender finish

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1 minute ago, amateur said:

Gaffer tape is also available in a range of toning colours to provide the authentic Defender finish

oh you are such a wag............:lol:

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I bought Universal lap belts ad bolted them in, so they kept the seats up when not being used and kept the rear passengers from launching when off roading.

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Remove them. Put them in the loft. Move on with your life – (unless you have a secret family of dwarfs you like to ferry around in the back of your landy?).

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On 01/12/2018 at 08:48, PeterHenry said:

Hi All,

I understand that this is probably an idiotic question that has an exceptionally simple answer - but - how do I get the folding seats in the back of my 1996 defender to stay so that they are folded up?

Many thanks,

My defender came with some neat seat straps that connect with plastic buckles like you would get on a rucksack. I can send pics if you are still not sorted.

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Mine lock into place! Land Rover have moved on a bit, we even get cup holders and heated seats now.....and still that ever annoyingly noisy wiper motor! 😃

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23 hours ago, spambutty14 said:

My defender came with some neat seat straps that connect with plastic buckles like you would get on a rucksack. I can send pics if you are still not sorted.

Thanks, but in the end I got a packet of  bungee cords in a rarther fetching selection of colours - which I'm sure look wonderful as I drive around

13 hours ago, Scully said:

Mine lock into place! Land Rover have moved on a bit, we even get cup holders and heated seats now.....and still that ever annoyingly noisy wiper motor! 😃

I think heated seats would ruin the Landrover mystique for me, personaly. Although, thinking about it - thats probably why the noisy wiper motors have been left in...

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