Difference between revisions of "Rollguy's Front Seat Angle Fix/Mod"

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I used a speaker magnet to catch all the metal chips (worked great!).
 
I used a speaker magnet to catch all the metal chips (worked great!).
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Photo of the new mounting position:
 
Photo of the new mounting position:
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Photo of the finished job:
 
Photo of the finished job:
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Notice that both seats are in their forward most notch.  I still have 2 more rearward notches to match the same angle as the passenger side.
 
Notice that both seats are in their forward most notch.  I still have 2 more rearward notches to match the same angle as the passenger side.

Revision as of 23:01, 29 July 2011

I don't like the angle of the driver seat back (furthest forward notch), so I figured out a way to make it more upright. I removed the 3 torx screws holding the seat back hinge, and drilled 3 more holes to the left (counter-clockwise) of the original 3. Use a compass to mark the centerline of the radius (I failed to do this, and had to use a die grinder to get the holes just right).

I used a speaker magnet to catch all the metal chips (worked great!).

/Users/jaredperigord/Desktop/100_0474.jpg

Photo of the new mounting position:


Photo of the finished job:


Notice that both seats are in their forward most notch. I still have 2 more rearward notches to match the same angle as the passenger side.