Nice. Thanks for the pictures, man.So, update on the seat rails in the Stelvio and on the passenger side.
Took a drive up to Centerline today and met up with Joe for a test fit on the Stelvio.
He was ready for me with the kit and the needed tools.
Short answer, it fits great on the Stelvio driver's and passenger seats.
Here is what comes in the box.
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The stock bolts are T-50 torx head,
The new bolts for the front are 8mm hex.
Slide the seat all the way forward and raise it up . Loosen but don't remove rear bolts.
Slide the seat all the way back.
Remove the front bolts.
The weight of the seat will likely raise the front of the rails.
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Fit the adaptor under the rails
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Set both of the adaptors in place before putting the new bolts in.
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Tighten the top bolts
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Slide the seat forward and tighten up front bolts.
Spec for tightening the seat bolts is 30 ft pounds
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Looks great and noticed a big improvement in comfort for me.
We grabbed another set and tried the passenger side.
It installed just as easy and fit just as cleanly on the passenger side.
Just FYI, here is a shot of the top of the passenger rail showing the stock T-50 head bolt.
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Thanks @JoeCab for continually adding great new products and for being just an all around Great guy!
Parting shot of Joe's Giulia, so sweet!
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There was no plastic on my end rails.Nice. Thanks for the pictures, man.
I have some plastic around the end of the seat rail , on my 2020 Stelvio sport seats. I see that you don't have it. Did you remove them for the install , or you didn't have it at all ??? Maybe I must remove the plastic to avoid annoying,eventual noises ?