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Old 08-21-2012, 07:36 AM
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Thanks guys for your concerns ;-)
Secret behind the story, I leave in VA Beach, salty and very humid air. So there is no rain and wet floor mats necessary.

For comparison my 2010 GTI, the 2007 Honda Ody, a neighbor's 2010 Mustang and a 2008 Porsche look all the same under the seat meaning rust at bare steel.

Will take a brush and some FluidFilm to fix it though. Good attitude to take care if things you don't see and gives a great feeling anyway.
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Re: How to increase seat incline

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Cheap chinese metal and a company looking for shortcuts. Had to look under mine to see if it was rusting and it wasn't (not yet anyway).
I don't know of any company that isn't looking to save money.
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Re: How to: increase seat incline

Can you explain what you mean by incline? Are you able to raise the front of the seat cushion more, lower the back more, or raise the seat higher? Or something else that I missed...?
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Can you explain what you mean by incline? Are you able to raise the front of the seat cushion more, lower the back more, or raise the seat higher? Or something else that I missed...?
Sorry for being unclear. You can raise the front of the cushion higher (adjust the incline?). You can't lower the back more it is fixed to the height adjstment. I haven't looked if the same approach would work for raise the seat.
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