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I know there were some posts early on in the release of the passenger vans that suggested that removal of the first two rows of rear seats is a big job. I am looking at replacing my 07 Sprinter 144 passenger model with either a new Sprinter or a Transit MR Long. I use the van for work during the week and often add the benches back in on the weekends for family outings and for vacations. My work stuff is set up to come out in about 5 minutes or less (and it forces me to reorganize when I load up again!). If the Transit benches are difficult to get out It would be a deal breaker for me. I also am not too sure about having the AC bump right in the back there, but that might be mitigated by the slightly longer cargo space? There are none around that I can look at here, so any help would be appreciated.
So basically my question is: how easily do the first two rows of seats come out of the van, and when they are out is the floor flat or do the seat connections stick up above the floor?
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