Re: Mill Creek Seats

Posted by Toby on Aug 25, 2004

Here's what I did on an MC13: cut two pieces about 4 inches each from webbing (always remembering to melt edges to prevent fraying). Make a simple loop, screwing the 2 ends to a point right under the combing about six inches (or more) in front of the "knee" plywood combing support, the loop facing aft. In these 2 loops go the plastic cams. The remainder of the webbing goes behind the top of the seat back (I used three screws to fasten) with the ends through the cams. Works fine. Make sure the cams are far enough forward of the seat that you can adjust while seated without contorting yourself too much.

In Response to: Re: Mill Creek Seats by Joe Lombardo on Aug 24, 2004

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