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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 11-23-2013, 07:17 AM Thread Starter
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Wife has short legs, but wants to drive the Prowler too. She has trouble reaching the pedals, was wondering if anyone has come up with a way to make the drivers seat adjustable? She sure would appreciate it.
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My wife has the same problem I just leave one seat adjusted all the way forward and one all the way back and then we just swap the driver & passenger seat around depending on who's driving. During the summer she drives it more so I just put up with the seat forward to make it easier on her.

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My wife has the same problem I just leave one seat ajusted all the way forwad and one all the way back and then we just swap the driver & passenger seat around depending on who's driving. During the summer she drives it more so I just put up with the seat forward to make it easier on her.
How did you adjust the seats.

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Just loosen the bolts on the bottom of the seat and you can slide the attachment plate to move the seat forward.

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Just loosen the bolts on the bottom of the seat and you can slide the attachment plate to move the seat forward.
cool never noticed...............

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I've been trying to upload some pics but keep getting an error, I'll keep trying.

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I've been trying to upload some pics but keep getting an error, I'll keep trying.
Tried a couple different web browsers and still getting the error: This is not a valid image file. and it's the same type I always use, must be a problem on the site anyone else having this issue?

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disclaimer sorry if dumb answer I am not 'puter savvy ... try reducing the file size before uploading ... seems I had to a while back when I posted a pic .. again sorry if out in left field answer

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disclaimer sorry if dumb answer I am not 'puter savvy ... try reducing the file size before uploading ... seems I had to a while back when I posted a pic .. again sorry if out in left field answer
Not a dumb answer, I've tried changing file size, format, different web browsers, and even tried photos that I've uploaded before to the forum and still get the same error.

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