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Old 10-25-2003, 03:16   #1 (permalink)
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seat moves!!!

got an annoying prob, my seat in my AU Forte series 1 moves...its shittin me..i only had it for like 3 weeks..but jus the bottom bit..it moves...not all time..just sometimes..i tried adjusting in various postition but doesnt help! ppl get wat i mean?? its the bottom bit where ur ass goes!! lol, anyone know how to fix this..bolts i can tighten..etc? i tried looking but cant find anything loose!
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Re: seat moves!!!

Does it move and then "click" in to place?

How much does it move?
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moves slightly like 2cm 3cm but enough to be annoying...nah there is no clickin just moves forawrd and back..
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Re: seat moves!!!

the black steel bucket that the bottom foam sits in is really thin gauge mild steel.. the nut-serts ( welded nuts ) crack around the edges causing movement and at worst the hex head bolt to drop out.. any strange bolts under the seat or rolling around on the floor?

does it also lift up and down some? -- usually the front corners

To fix it you need to take the seat out and weld the nuts in with a washer for re-inforcement.. If that sounds like your problem and you want some more info I'll check the thread later

PS i usually ereplace the foam base at the same time .. so you get a nice springy seat

Its a DIY job if you have a welder
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