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I have always wanted more leg-room on my RRS. The other day, a friend got in and moved the passenger seat back and it goes back like 1.5" farther than the driver seat 8-0= 8-0= . I measured this from the front of the track with both seats all the way back.

Is this "right"? Any techs know anything about this? Can the driver's seat be adjusted to go back farther?

Can a couple of 2010 owners check and see if this the same on your RRS's please?


I WANT THAT EXTRA 1.5 inches! :x :x :x
 

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BWB, Ill check for you sometime today... I mean who wouldn't want another 1.5"??

How did you measure it exactly so we use the same system?
 

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TriGem2k said:
BWB, Ill check for you sometime today... I mean who wouldn't want another 1.5"??

How did you measure it exactly so we use the same system?
What I did is place the tip of the tape measure against the front of seat bracket that slides on the track and then measure to where the track begins.
 

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texas911 said:
Probably its that way for the English market.
I thought about that but why would they give us Yanks less legroom....some kind of payback?????
 

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Can a 2010 owner please check this out ;) ....if not, I'm headed to the dealer I guess...... 8)
 

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Sorry to resurrect this thread, did anyone figure this out? I could use some extra driver side legroom.
 

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