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Old 06-28-2006, 09:12 AM   #11
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Ratcheting wrenches... 3 minutes..no wiring needed
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Ratcheting wrenches... 3 minutes..no wiring needed
what'* the fun in that, hotwiring seats is more manly.
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Murdock will electrocute himself... c'mon.. remember..he'* the guy that took the car for a swim.

Honestly..it'* more manly getting a scratch or scrape and not needing to worry about powering the seat.
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Murdock will electrocute himself... c'mon.. remember..he'* the guy that took the car for a swim.

Honestly..it'* more manly getting a scratch or scrape and not needing to worry about powering the seat.

Easy now Boost monkey.. gettin another tool that will go missing ( borrowed ) isn't fun, that and I haven't checked to see wat size wrench it would be.. electrocution however.. thats MANLY

Now go back to watever plastic you were huffin Bill

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13mm on the back nuts.. 3 each seat (yes.. 4 studs, 3 nuts...don't ask)
15mm on the front... 2 per seat
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what did you do, how did it go?
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He'* still sitting behind the pc posting here.. Just spotted him in the lounge :P
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He'* still sitting behind the pc posting here.. Just spotted him in the lounge :P
that'* why I bumped it, saw him on here
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Going to tackle it ASAP.. work schedule conflicts. this weekend going to cottage.. work next weekend.. so as soon as i get started or done.. I will let you know how much PITA it is to remove both front seat, change railing on driver side, put driver side back in and replace the passenger side from donor car
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Railing?

You mean the seat belt rail? It'* a PITA... but doable with the right tools.
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