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Re: new seats

Postby GeoffSmith » Fri 29.05.2015, 22:41

TOSSPOT!

You mean you haven't got a run on timer..... and 100°C fan cut-in..... and linear temperature gauge? :roll:
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Re: new seats

Postby epipete » Fri 29.05.2015, 23:39

GeoffSmith wrote:TOSSPOT!

You mean you haven't got a run on timer..... and 100°C fan cut-in..... and linear temperature gauge? :roll:


As it so happens, NO. Some folks keep passing the ball about!
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Re: new seats

Postby dapinky » Sat 30.05.2015, 11:23

...nor me - except I don't want a 100 degree fan switch (apparently!) - I do remember putting my name down for one many, many years ago, but nowt ever happened..... I can't remember who was organising that GB though (It definitely weren't me!)
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Re: new seats

Postby lotustonybassplayer » Sat 22.04.2017, 20:36

Holy thread resurrection :-D picking up some s2000 seats this week and ordered the parts to install as dapinky method :bowdown: Dave have you had any issues with the install over time :poke:
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Re: new seats

Postby dapinky » Sun 23.04.2017, 09:13

Tony,

No problems to report. The seats haven't fallen out, are still secure, and move as and when required - I can't think of anything that I would do differently if I were to fit another set (but that doesn't mean that there couldn't be improvements found - just that I have yet to notice them).
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Re: new seats

Postby lotustonybassplayer » Sun 23.04.2017, 11:41

Thanks for the prompt reply Dave :D well i got the passenger seat out with a fight one bolt sheared, one of the outer ones so no problem there, luckily :-D one of the captive bolts required a long breaker bar and a lot of cursing :x even now the bolt is still stuck in the spacer on the seat bracket :shock: the driver seat has been out before so no problem removing that one :D My circular saw is at the ready for the aluminum plate :-D
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Re: new seats

Postby bbjon » Mon 24.04.2017, 11:13

HI Tony - I did this job a few weeks ago following Dave's excellent guide and confirm that it's spot on - the only thing I did differently was to tap the alloy plates to fix the mounting bolts in position when I'd got the final location down.

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