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Old 29-06-2016, 19:35   #91
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Can you get the single din storage tray that sits under the head unit for a E6? Also need the bolt that holds down the spare wheel please.
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Old 19-12-2016, 12:15   #92
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Will these fit evo 9 wagon? Im assuming front floor is the same?
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Old 19-12-2016, 12:17   #93
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Will these fit evo 9 wagon? Im assuming front floor is the same?
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Old 19-12-2016, 12:19   #94
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Great, cheers will order a set now
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Is there ever made a set for the 456 by any chance?
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Is there ever made a set for the 456 by any chance?
Im looking for my tme also
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Old 19-10-2017, 19:12   #97
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would these fit 9gt seats in a evo 6 ??
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Old 19-10-2017, 21:49   #98
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would these fit 9gt seats in a evo 6 ??
No the positions remain the same, these just lower the seats.
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Old 20-05-2020, 09:36   #99
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Make a bit more space for your racing helmet & improve the driving position utilising the superb OEM subframes.

We have now got a batch of seat lowering brackets for CT9A Evos 7-9
The revised brackets are really easy to fit, and lower the seat position by 1.5". This might not sound a great deal bit really does make a world of difference!

Made from stainless steel they will come to you powder coated satin black to match your factory sub frames. These are a direct bolt in piece & all sets are QC tested & passed.

The price includes all the pieces to lower BOTH front driver and passenger seats.

Introductory price on these is £145 per set inc VAT & Delivery






SIMPLE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Take the two screws out of the back of the center console.
2. Remove the 4 allen bolts holding the factory seat brackets on.
3. Remove the two acorn nuts and two bolts holding the seat brackets to the floor and take them out of the car.
4. The passenger side lower brackets have a small angle cut on the side of them, to distinguish them. Simply install the new lower brackets back on the seat rails, put them on snug but not TIGHT. The kit comes with new lock nuts you use on the allen bolts you removed.
5. Bolt the seat back to the floor using the two factory bolts in the rear and the two new nuts for the front.
6. Tighten up the allen bolts and nuts and ensure all the other bolts are tight.

Tools required: 6mm allen wrench, phillips screw driver, 14mm wrench and a 13mm wrench

Very simple installation. I did not remove the seats from the car, it was too easy to do in the car.



Are you still selling these? Whats the price for a full set delivered please?
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Are you still selling these? Whats the price for a full set delivered please?
Also interested
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Yes we still have these in stock.

https://www.rosssport.com/Brands/BIN...ering-Brackets
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