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SeeULater
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SeeULater Nov 13, 10:07pm - #325301 
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Help on Sparco seat Install?

I have my stock seat out and am not sure how to get the sparco seat to install like the stock on did? I have the bracket that goes on the floor for this new seat I ordered it with the seat from sparco. But I dont get how this floor plate attatches to the new seat? Do I need to take anything off the old seat to get the two to bolt up correctly? Or do I need to order another part from Sparco. If anyone has and input please let me know I wanna get this new seat in. By the way it is a red and black manza.

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SeeULater Nov 13, 10:45pm - #325302 
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This thing is pissing me off!!
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SeeULater Nov 13, 11:16pm - #325303 
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Does anyone know??? Anything????
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eddie_725 Nov 14, 1:51am - #325304 
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Look in the installation guide thumbsup

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tony Nov 14, 2:04am - #325305 

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The bracket should fit right over the stock holes. I have no problem with mine.

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celicaboy Nov 14, 2:35am - #325306 

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Tony, is your car lowered, if so how low and what size rims do you have
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GQ540 Nov 14, 4:44am - #325307 

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I belive you need brackets (which you bolt directly on the floor), and then the sliders (which bolts directly on the brackets allowing you to connect the seats.

Looks like you may be missing one or the other?

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Sultan Nov 14, 5:16am - #325308 

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yeah - I think you need to purchase the sliders...
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SeeULater Nov 14, 2:40pm - #325309 
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I need to get the sliders that is what it comes to. I thought about it forever and that the stock ones wouldnt work. Diagrams on sparcos website also show that sliders are needed.
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narcolepsy123456 Nov 14, 11:50pm - #325310 

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nope, i had the exact same problem with mine, you need 1. seat, 2. seat base adapter kit (2per seat), 3. sliders, otherwise you're gonna have problems getting your legs under the steering wheel. do not use the height adjustment spacers that come with the seat base adapter kits, just bolt the two together so that one will attach from the top of the slider to the seat, while the other attaches to the seat base and the bottom of the sliders. that will give you the closest to stock seat height.
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narcolepsy123456 Nov 14, 11:51pm - #325311 

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ohh, btw here's my seats...
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