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I cant think of anything else it can be, but there has been literally no mention of it. T slots come in different sizes, otherwise I would just buy some bolts and try them out when my SC arrives (hopefully next week).
 

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I'm wondering if Pace Edwards is the OEM supplier; if so their Explorer Rails Series fits Thule & Yakima racks. :unsure:
 

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Looks like you have to cut the plastic out, so when some aftermarket rails are available I expect step 1 to be: cut here. Just seems odd if its only on SC's with the hard cover, has anyone confirmed this?
 

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Looks like you have to cut the plastic out, so when some aftermarket rails are available I expect step 1 to be: cut here. Just seems odd if its only on SC's with the hard cover, has anyone confirmed this?
Caps should be removable to facilitate?
 

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That would solve the issue of installing a no-drill rack for the back! Let's hope that's what it (they?) are!

P.S. I personally hate that tiny little sliding window - seems like it'll be a distraction (and make a few blind spots) when looking out the rearview mirror.
 

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I've looked at several videos pause, rewind, zoom and it sure looks like it's probably a T-slot for accessory mounts.

As regards to the rear port hole window, they need to keep it because that's the only way to safely run your extension cord from your bed AC outlet being they don't have one on the interior:)
Fortunately, I have a couple power inverters if needed.
 

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I've looked at several videos pause, rewind, zoom and it sure looks like it's probably a T-slot for accessory mounts.

As regards to the rear port hole window, they need to keep it because that's the only way to safely run your extension cord from your bed AC outlet being they don't have one on the interior:)
True, no 110v in the ****pit... there is a 12V outlet though... so I guess it depends on what you want to run inside.
 

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I did not see a 12v outlet in the center console bin. Huge oversight! :(
 
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P.S. I personally hate that tiny little sliding window - seems like it'll be a distraction (and make a few blind spots) when looking out the rearview mirror.
100% agreement. Too small to be useful yet constantly annoying you by having this square hovering in your rear view.
 

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100% agreement. Too small to be useful yet constantly annoying you by having this square hovering in your rear view.
Nope... correct, not in the center console but in the lower dash in front of the dash. Looks like those two 12V are on all the trim levels.

Interior Features
  • 12-volt DC outlets (2)
Looking at the manual, I assumed this (picture) was a power outlet (#20) under the flap.

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