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post #1 of 14 Old 07-23-2012, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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moving rear seat forward 06 CC

I had found images previously of someone who had built 2 inch spacers for the rear seat to move it forward but can no longer find it. Has anyone seen pictures of someone who made spacers for the rear seat of CC to move them forward. I would like to move my seat forward 1.5-2 inches and wanted to see what others have done.
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Interesting, this may be worth following.

What are you looking to put behind the rear seat?
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I am putting a pair of JL 10w3v3 in a box behind the rear seat. I need to move the seats forward atleast 1 inch but would prefer 1.5. Going to make my own spacers but wanted to see how others have done. I had found a company that had done it and had pictures but can not locate it again.
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My buddy did this to fit 4 12" subs behind his seat....

He just flipped the seat brackets around!! Its that easy..lol

You will loose a little passenger leg room though.



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My buddy did this to fit 4 12" subs behind his seat....

He just flipped the seat brackets around!! Its that easy..lol

You will loose a little passenger leg room though.
yes that works on earlier powerstrokes but i have an 06. I have found a company that has spacers to move seat forward 2 inches and am waiting to try those.
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Can you pm me the name of the company?



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well got the brackets in the mail and took about an hour to mount them. moved the seat forward 2 inches and the mounts look stock. Now I have plenty of room behind the rear seat.
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Well don't keep it a secret. Who makes the mounts and as generally applies around here, post pics or it didn't happen.
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I'm interested as well.


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I wish there was a way to recline the rear seats a little bit. They are too upright


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