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Husky65 wrote
That's a lot of effort just so you can use the electrics. Don't get me wrong, I loved doing things for the sake of it, but to use the electrics you'll have to use a flat floor. Once you adjust your seats it's not like you will do it again every time you jump in anyway.
It will be easy peasy to just remove the electrics and adapt the stock 65 rails to the bottom of them, although I can see you having to 'adjust' the plastic switch housings on the outsides of the seats as they will most likely sit too low.

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Shut up, your like my missus, (she's always right) . The electrics are way to big and even when I pulled them out the seats are still too high....
So I'm taking the electrics out, bolting angle iron to the seats original mounts and mounting universal sliders to them. But I still need to drop the seat risers, they are about an inch to inch and a half too high.
Have got 69 risers to install. Will post pics when I start, still got wiring issues


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No wiring in the seat risers is there?


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Noop, I think I was being advantages in my exploits.


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Mate, I was trying to save you money so you can buy an aftermarket ecu 😄


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