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The Desert Does It seat Multi-Mount Panel (MMP) for Ford F150. This Multi Mount Panel (MMP) mounts to the front of the driver or passenger seat in your fullsize Ford Truck. The MMP allows for quick access to frequently used tools or emergency equipment such as Flashlights, Fire Extinguishers, Handguns, Axes, Knives, or tool rolls. Mount items to the front, back or both sides of the MMP.
The unique slotted honeycomb design allows you to bolt or strap through the MMP or securely strap around the MMP.
Please note that the photos of the unit installed are a prototype unit, the pics with the white background show the final powder coated MMP.
DETAILS AND FEATURES
OPTIONAL LONG ARM:
Hole and slot pattern designed to fit:
Installation Tools needed:
*Please note that plastic trim may need to be trimmed.
Hardest part of the install was getting the factory seat bolts out. If you have the powered seats I'd recommend the long arms. Got a piece of candy with my order which was a nice touch.
Works great, but I do recommend getting the longer arms so you don’t have to hunch over too far to retrieve your stuff. Plus, if you mount a holster, you need all the room you can get. I have one on each front seat.. The reviewer prior gave 2 stars, but the guy bought for an F150 and he mentioned having a super duty.. just make sure you order for your model.
I only wish the bolts provided had been longer , I feel like they were just long enough but not enough to give me a secure feeling about how well my seats were now secured to the floor of my truck!
The product itself is as described - well machined and powder coated. Unfortunately, when I went to install it, if I mount the panel on the front side of the legs bolted to the seat mounting bolts, you cannot get a socket on the seat mounting bolts to properly torque them. So, I had to install it on the back side of the legs and use a 3' extension bar to tighten the panel to the legs from the back seat. This is in a Ford F-250 SuperDuty Tremor 2022. Needs a different design for the legs to work properly. Also, the MMP requires that you abandon the factor plastic covers for the access point for the seat bolts which looks a little janky. I attempted to trim the covers to fit but without the clip on the side where the leg of the MMP comes through the plastic, it won't stay in place.