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I posted this as a response to another thread, but thought it needed its own thread so it could be easily found.

Removal is on an F-250, but you can see the storage box is nearly identical. Once removed your left with a flat carpeted floor.

 

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Pretty straightforward. I don’t see me ever taking mine out, tough.
 
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Pretty straightforward. I don’t see me ever taking mine out, tough.
I may never do it, either. But, it’s a big deal to some buyers who want to regain the flat load floor from time to time.
 

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Got my dog on a ride... worst ride ever for me and my dog, it's so slippery i feared my dog would hurt himself and started looking on how to make it easily removable i think i will store it. It should have been made to fold up
 
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Got my dog on a ride... worst ride ever for me and my dog, it's so slippery i feared my dog would hurt himself and started looking on how to make it easily removable i think i will store it. It should have been made to fold up
On the Superduty the bolts are sunk down into the plastic. I assume the same will go for the F-150, so I would suggest using a threaded knob or t-screw to replace the bolt. This should make removal/replacement simple and easy.

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