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Old 04-05-2013, 12:42 PM   #1
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How far back does your seat slide?

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Old 04-05-2013, 12:56 PM   #2
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Yep, same distance as passenger. Check for coins in the rails.
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i noticed this also. i drove my buddies 97 SH and it seems to slide back further than my 97 base. lol i need the extra room too im 6'4 lol if you find a soultion P'm me haha
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Seat slides too far back honestly for the ergonomics of everything else for sure. If you have to slide nearly all the way out then your too tall to side up right properly and then leaned too far back to handle the steering wheel properly at the angle it sits and the shifter is a bit too far lol.

I know you can get seats to sit lower to get better headroom. Seats and belts that hold your body in place. The jtc shifter has some pieces to bring the shifter toward you more and i think ive seen some aftermarket steering wheel hubs that give a telescoping feature.

It sucks the way it is
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