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Old 12-17-2013, 01:21 PM #1
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Steering Column Help

So I'm 6' 4" and i want to put a seat lift in my 4runner. Its an 89. Only problem is that the steering column isnt adjustable. Would it be possible to raise that or swap it with a 2nd gen steering column that is adjustable?
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So I'm 6' 4" and i want to put a seat lift in my 4runner. Its an 89. Only problem is that the steering column isnt adjustable. Would it be possible to raise that or swap it with a 2nd gen steering column that is adjustable?
I just have one question why do you need a seat lift being 6' 4"?
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^^ Seriously. I'm 6'4", and I need to drop the seat and move it back a bit on the brackets. If I lifted it I wouldn't be able get in.
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Its because I'm all legs. And I was wrong, the steering column is adjustable. I just couldnt figure out where the adjustment lever was, but i got it. So how would I go about moving the seat back on the brackets?
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Its because I'm all legs. And I was wrong, the steering column is adjustable. I just couldnt figure out where the adjustment lever was, but i got it. So how would I go about moving the seat back on the brackets?
I have a set of prp seats in my first gen and they have brackets that put the seats much further back.
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