The car is getting primer on 4th of July weekend so how about a seat tech on upholstering a Dodge Caravan 2nd row seat? It doesn't look to hard but there would be some information for someone looking to do their own or just preping it for the upholster. 1. Modified seat mounting onto an original model a seat riser. 2. Removing the original seat cover 3. Removing arm rest bracket. 4. Removing the seat frame from the seat bun. Here is the seat riser welded into my floor pan. It is raised in the back with tubing to make it level. Personal preference. Next unbolt the seat bracket from both sides and modify the bracket as shown. This is optional if you don't want a fold down seat. Bolt back on to the bottom seat only and place in the seat riser. Tack the brackets in place. Remove and weld complete. If done correctly you should have great leg room and the back of the seat should be almost flush with top of the package tray. Will also have 8.5" of space to hide a battery or? The seat cover comes off pretty easy with a utility knife but if you like to save it for a pattern you might want to be careful here. The seat cover is 100% glued to the seat buns so easy going here as to not rip the foam. Here is the bottom with the cover removed. Here is the back. It will have an arm rest bracket that will have to be cut off. We will get into the foam modifications next time!