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Old 06-29-2015
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Removing the Seat TRACK

I need to remove the sliding portion of the seat track only. Does anyone know how to do this.
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Old 06-29-2015
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If you mean you want to disassemble the track then I don't think you can do that easily or put it back together if you do get it apart.

Obviously the track with slider is multiple pieces I just don't recall if it can be disassembled, but memory is saying no as my best guess
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Old 07-11-2015
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If you are just trying to remove the track from the seat, it can be done as I have done it. I hope you have a good air compressor as it will make it easier. If you do have one, get an air hammer to chisel the rivets. They are a pain. I did this to put Honda buckets in my car because the factory seats were uncomfortable.
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