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Old 05-23-2012, 02:07 PM   #1
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One on my seat levers or the back of my passenger seat busted a few weeks ago. I ordered a couple billet aluminum replacements off ebay. They slide on and look great but they don't hold in place very well. I'm constantly finding them on the floor behind the seat.

Before I fire some super glue on it, I was wondering if there would be a better fix. It'll be a real p.i.t.a if i ever had to get them off again.
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Re: Rear seat lever

AM sells them: Chrome Mustang Seat Release Levers (05-09) at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!
They also have Satin if you don't like the chrome finish.
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Re: Rear seat lever

Interesting. My drivers side one busted off right after I bought it... or it was already busted off and they somehow got it by me.

Would be interested in what you do to get it to stay on.

I think you missed the point soccer... he already has some new ones, he doesn't need the ones from AM.
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He said "I ordered a couple billet aluminum replacements off ebay. They slide on and look great but they don't hold in place very well." What i'm taking from it is that the new ones he got don't stay in that well... I was just suggesting get new ones from AM because there is a better chance that they will work rather than ones from Ebay (I've love Ebay, but at times it may not be as reliable as an actual company such as AM)... Or you could just glue them in and hope you never have to take them out.
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