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What's the problem with just leaving as it is and add a thick (18 mm) mdf panel board cut correctly to size that will fit nicely on top behind your rear bench?
On the sizes you can use 2 custom made supports underneath where you will fix aftermarket seatbelts retractors , these retractors will make for a strong fix of the mdf panel for no squeeze sounds expected.
 

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Yes this is an easy option to cover the hole with a board cut to size.
When I did this, I had some noises in the cabin because the panel fix was poor. The panel was moving.
If you cover the panel with carpet or vinyl, you need, from under it to fix the panel tight not from above. this is not confortable neither easy to do with 1 person.
I found out when using seat belts you have a large bolt that is compressing the board and this makes for an easy and nice tight fit.

Marc
 
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