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Old 02-15-2001, 10:24 PM
Rocket Rocket is offline
Join Date: Jan 2000
Location: Indpls.,IN. USA
Posts: 84
Stick with the updated factory parts to fix your seat. Welding the springs is an iffy fix. The springs usually break at the corner where they twist and a stiff sleeve in this area will bend the spring at that point and break it sooner than later. The biggest task in replacing the lower frame is that in order to remove the screws, you must electrically run the seat forward and back to get to all the screws. You can do this with a jump pack or an extra battery and some jumper wires. The final repair is well worth the trouble. You'll be suprised at how much better your car feels. Good Luck!
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