Traveller front seats.

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Rory
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Traveller front seats.

Postby Rory » Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:41 pm

Does anyone make front seat fixing brackets that allow the seat to go further back? i.e. a bracket with say three holes in it rather than the standard two?

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Re: Traveller front seats.

Postby myoldjalopy » Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:58 pm

There are four sets of four threaded holes in the floorpan into which the brackets can be bolted, giving you a choice of two seat positions. If you look under the car this is quite apparent. Of course, if you are already using the two rearward holes then you can't go back further. Never seen a bracket like you describe, if I understand you correctly.......

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Re: Traveller front seats.

Postby philthehill » Sun Feb 04, 2018 5:27 pm

This is the plate in question and is attached to the underside of the floor. Note that it has 4 threaded holes so giving the variable seat positions.
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Re: Traveller front seats.

Postby myoldjalopy » Sun Feb 04, 2018 6:06 pm

Yes, I suppose to be entirely accurate, I should have said that there are four metal plates, each with four threaded holes, which are fixed to the underside of the floorpan, to which the brackets can be bolted from inside the car, giving you the choice of two seat positions.
Anyway, Phil's picture shows what they look like. If you crawl underneath your car you will see that the underside of the plates have what look like four nuts attached to them, into which the bracket bolts screw.

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Re: Traveller front seats.

Postby Rory » Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:13 pm

Thanks for your help - RORY.


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