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Old 04-17-2014, 05:04 PM   #21
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conor, Boss -
I just picked up a base V6 '14 the day before the '15 Anniversary intro... it's got the manually adjustable driver's seat (looks just like conor's image), but the front lever doesn't seem to release anything, up or down. I did RTFOM, but that didn't clear up manual height adjustment at all. I'm 6'0" and I don't need to change it from wherever it is in its range now, but someday somebody's gonna ask me to change it, and I don't want to look like the stupid old man who doesn't know how the machine works - even though that's what I am, now. And I do not want to ask the dealer, same reason!

Any help, guys?
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Old 04-26-2014, 09:54 PM   #22
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Finally figured it out... it's like an incremental jack, up or down with the lever in tiny bites. Maybe an inch and a half total range.
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Finally figured it out... it's like an incremental jack, up or down with the lever in tiny bites. Maybe an inch and a half total range.
More like 2 inches is what I am seeing.
And it comes forward at the same time in an arc of sorts.
So there is up and forward measurements to be had...
The rise is nice for vacuuming under the seats.
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