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Old 07-11-2010, 10:29 AM   #1
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Stock seat rail mod, for more leg room

On occasion, visit the pirate4x4 board. There is a Thread on a Seat Slider Mod, http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?p=11627332#post11627332.

I will modify my rails as described. Looks like a good mod for leg room.


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Old 07-11-2010, 10:42 AM   #2
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there is no pics , i hope you will post some while doing it .
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Old 07-11-2010, 10:46 AM   #3
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I will post photos. I might have time today. Have to do chores first.


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Old 07-11-2010, 05:29 PM   #4
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the bad part of this mod is when you have the rails that far back and bounce down the road for a while, the tracks bend down from being over extended, add wont slide back forward
I had a set that this had been done to, chucked them in the trash
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the bad part of this mod is when you have the rails that far back and bounce down the road for a while, the tracks bend down from being over extended, add wont slide back forward
I had a set that this had been done to, chucked them in the trash
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I should have read this thread all the way first before I posted asking that on Pirate. I'm 6'2" and the legroom isn't bad as it is, I find the big problem for me is to squeeze my legs under the steering wheel with boots on.
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i like the idea but dont like the blind spot (targa)
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Old 07-11-2010, 09:43 PM   #7
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the bad part of this mod is when you have the rails that far back and bounce down the road for a while, the tracks bend down from being over extended, add wont slide back forward
UH, maybe if you were bouncing down the road, you needed YJ springs and tighten your seat belt.

The devil made me say that, just a cheap shot at humor. No offense intended.

The potential of bending the rails is worth considering. I will have to look at that. Thanks for pointing it out.


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I did this over the weekend and it took all of 10 minutes to do for the drivers side. I thought I'd share a couple pictures I took of it. There is 1 tab per side that has to be bent down. I used a large chisel to flatten it down to the rail level. I figure I gained roughly 2 inches extra rearward travel. It now stops against the 2 bolts you can see in the first picture. Clearing the bottom part of the center console is now a breeze with my knee. As I said before, I'm 6'2" so this helped out quite a bit.

It's also a good idea to check for cracks where the seat bolts down. There is a small 2" tall platform there made out of thin metal and it had cracked the whole way across on mine. I also put some lithium grease on the slider rails to keep it moving nicely. It always seems to slide back easy, but no so easy going forward. Don't apply too much though because quite a bit will get pulled to the front of the seat where you can get your pant legs greasy.

Anyway here are a few basic pictures of what the tabs look like. Thanks for the idea, Reddog.



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Anyway here are a few basic pictures of what the tabs look like. Thanks for the idea, Reddog.
You are welcome, not my creation, but I thought it was worth while to pass it on.

I haven't done mine yet, been to busy (or lazy). I appreciate your photos.

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Well you were the one that brought it to my attention anyway.
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Understood. Not too many things are original, just carried over from other experiences, and often improved on or made more clear, as your photos have done.

My biggest problem with the stock seat adjustment is that my left knee rest against the window crank knob. That other two inches might correct that. Years ago, I had window cranks that had a pivot that let the knob drop down. I do not remember what vehicle they were on.

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I did this seat mod on mine, but I went a step further and cut the rail to get it past the bolts. Then I notched the rail so I had more "stopping" points. It will adjust all the way back to where the rear tub comes up to form the flat cargo area if that makes sense. I'm 6'2" and it's nice and roomy now.
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I did this seat mod on mine, but I went a step further and cut the rail to get it past the bolts. Then I notched the rail so I had more "stopping" points. It will adjust all the way back to where the rear tub comes up to form the flat cargo area if that makes sense. I'm 6'2" and it's nice and roomy now.
Do you have photos?

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My biggest problem with the stock seat adjustment is that my left knee rest against the window crank knob.
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You can take the crank off and move it to a different position, so your knee doesn't hit it.
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I have yet to remove a Zuk door panel. I have the material I am going to use for new panels, guess I need to move the project higher up on my to do list. I guess then I can see the degree of difficulty in moving the crank.

Got any photos?

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You don't have to remove the door panel to remove the window crank. Just push back the little "donut" that is between the door panel and the crank....then you will see a little silver clip. Remove the clip and the crank just slides off. Reposition the crank and put the clip back on.
No pics, pretty simple, once you look at it.
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I gotta confess, to being . I understood your post "take the crank off and move it to a different position" to mean relocate the entire window crank assembly. I will reposition the crank when I redo my panels. It would be nice to relocate the complete assembly.

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I'll snap some when I get it back. It's still getting repaired after somebody crashed in to me last month
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Yup nice mod then I cut about 3 "s out of the floor pan,right where your heals hit and lower that section down for more feet room...before that mod i used to always get my snow packs stuck inbetween the brake pedal and that raised section...japs must have weee lil feet
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I just did this as I was putting in my seats this morning and it is a very quick way for some more leg room. I did not even have to remove the sliders from the rail I just slid them around.
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