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I still use the fatmax.
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Don't forget about the coat hanger function.

Did I see somewhere on this site that somebody made a retrofit handle for the Packout? Mine currently sits in the back seat (seat folded up), but it limits how far back the driverís/passengerís seat can go back. I have a Tonneau cover on the bed thatís limited to 21Ē in height and the Packoutís handle is too tall.
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I have no problem with the handle limiting the travel of the seat.

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Jeeze Leo, you're verging on Blacktopness.
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That pic was from a while back. It's not as bad now.

But it is a one seater.
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I have no problem with the handle limiting the travel of the seat.

by the looks of things that passenger seat is not getting use -maybe you ought to just pull it out . be like having a van and a pickup in one .

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