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    Talking removed drivers seat and fit brackets and temporary drivers seat

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    Not sure if I attached properly, but, yeah

    Bracket(s) are wedge engineering. Both seats to be installed completely by this upcoming weekend

    1973, 5-speed, some suspension items and headers

    ~Cat

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    Looks great - seats with proper leg, hip and back support make a huge difference in driving enjoyment in these older Z's. Especially as you get older!!

    Just make sure they are securely bolted in place.. you don't want them coming lose in an accident.

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    What's the trick for attaching/removing the rear bolts? I seem to have quite a hard time with reaching from behind & under the seat to access the bolts. Any suggestions or words of wisdom would be appreciated!!
    Dave
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    did you slide the seat all the seat all the way forward or backward to give you better access?
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    I have ended up using a larger nut that can be removed by hand using a small metal rod I insert into one of four holes that I drilled to give me leverage.
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