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- Car(s): 1986 Laser 1.6, daily runaround project
1981 GL Auto 2.0, Barn-Find-Resto, now also a runaround project
1980 3.0S, crash damage resto
1993 Fiesta 1.1
Currently full up and no more space but I still want a 2.8...
- Location: South Bucks
The recaro seats unlike the others have some brackets that bolt on to the bottom of the seat and connect to the runners that attach to the floor - have you checked these as well? Only other thing I can think of that would make the seats feel loose
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- Car(s): 1985 Capri 2.0
1983 Capri 2.8i
- Location: Kent
Yes I've had this. The runner part that's bolted the floor opens out over the years allowing the seat to rock sideways. I took the runners off and compressed them a little in a vice to close them up again which seems to have helped.
I did the same thing with mine, the play was excessive and this fixed it.I took the runners off and compressed them a little in a vice to close them up again which seems to have helped.
if you look underneath as you rock the seats sideways you will see the floor bend. (iv rust free car floors are sound) THIS is the cause mainly i believe - im gonna fit some strengthening bars across the floor with longer bolts to reinforce the floor