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I'm still working on my SV5 project in Reno NV. When I got the "fixer upper"
the seat were a real mess, so did some welding but now I need to know how
they operate. Does anyone in the "World of Alpine" have some data on the
proper assembly or operations of these seats. What the bar on the bottom do? There's a lever on the inside ..what's it purpose? If anyone in Reno has
one of these cars, would like to look at it for info. Thanks to All.
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I think there is a seat rebuild guide on the tigersunited site or the teae site... Have a browse.. Covers the frame and trimming.
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Thanks for the info, it really help with my questions
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Does anyone in the "World of Alpine" have some data on the proper assembly or operations of these seats. What the bar on the bottom do? There's a lever on the inside ..what's it purpose?
The SIV and SV owners manuals are available on this site and will be helpful references for you, as well. Not too much on the seats, but at least the levers and seat height adjustment (the bar) are explained.
http://www.sunbeamalpine.org/index.php?categoryid=89
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