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Join Date: Feb 2002
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D.T - you'll have to take the seat out and have a look underneath, at the sub-frame.
You should be able to remove the Alfa subframe altogether and then statically mount the seat using a specially made (much lower) frame.
You'll have to decide whether to spend time and money making a lower but still fully functioning sub-frame, or just make up some simple brackets which connect the seat to the floor.
The latter option is going to be cheaper and easier but then the seat won't slide fore and aft no more and you may have resticted access into the back seats (doesn't the seat base move forward a tocuh when you lift the seat?).
Of course, as it's your car, you may be happy with not being able to move the seat back and forward (once you've bolted it down in the right position) and access may not be a problem - I dunno quite how those tippy-movey seats work.
Alternatively you can buy sports seats from the likes of Sparco and Corbeau etc. I think these just bolt to your existing subframe (which is where the "problem" probably lies) but they may be usefully lower anyway and will certainly have better lateral support than your 145's seats.
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