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I purhased a set of washers and did my drivers seat first, good instructions, but if you have sport seats do not pry off the up and down and forward seat adjuster as in the picture. Also the old washers were competely gone, disenegrated, seat is now tight, no more movement
Okay, so the new washers didn't fix my rocking seat. It appears that one of the tracks is loose at the pivot points so I'm just going to have to live with it. It appears that my preferred seating position - steeply raked seat cushion, all the way down in the back, all the way up in the front - exacerbates the rocking. Other settings with the front lower do not rock as much.
Oh, and my favorite at the show this afternoon was this '62 in Sateen Silver with Red interior:
Theradioflyer has been a great asset to this forum in numerous ways, from DIY's to unique parts, so while I found the Ace part number info helpful (I may decide to make my own) it is in poor taste to post in his thread about how do it without buying his parts.
Currently NOT accepting Paypal since they have decided to screw with my account for no apparent reason. Payments accepted by check/money order via mail only for the time being.
Do your spacers have the notch or edge cut as well as per the instructions so that the mechanism doesn't catch? I understand your spacers are filed to be the correct width, but how about that circumference?