Actually moved out of garage today............ because that was the only way I was going to get the drivers seat in.
Just too close to a wall of cabinets on the driver side to get the seat in the correct side and certainly wasn't going to lug it across the inside of the car and tear up something.
The Scheel seats are heavy. So put a stool on the drivers side and cranked her up.
Got the seat in which with a totally new bracket was tricky because bolt access is limited.
Drove around the neighbor hood ( deadend) and getting some popping from the Webers so need to look into that more.
Seemed so weird to be able to walk across my lift after almost 12 months of the car sitting.
Nice to see in the sun. And it's covered in pollen.
Just want to say how much I hate the center console in a coupe. What a piece of sh*t when it comes to the design and engineering they did. It's so hokey like something some amateur car builder with out resources would do.
Gary, first that is an awesome color. Probably one of my favorite colors I have seen on an e9. Would like to see your Scheel seat bracket that you used in your car. I am at the same point of installing my Scheels but need to fabricate a bracket. Found that the Scheel adapters mounted to the factory sliders make it a bit short to mount the seats width wise. I know Dave Varco at aardvarc makes one for the e24s, but a friend told me that it may be short for our e9s. Here is how mine came in with a Mickey Mouse aluminum bracket that the seats came with. Would like too see which one you went with.