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Cayenne 2007 rear seat angle modified (9PA1, 957)

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Cayenne 2007 rear seat angle modified (9PA1, 957)

Many people complaining the rear seat is bumpy, but i think it is actually "too vertical", giving the false feeling of bumpy. i got my Cayenne tip 2007 last month, my kids & wife all making noise about the rear seat. (probably bacause my wife's Honda CRV rear seat angle is adjustable, really comfort.) this is my solution: Continue here: http://www.renntech....ified-9pa1-957/ There are members concern about the safety issue, if, in case accident happens. Do It At Your Own Risk !           


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I'm not saying this isn't possible, but i would certainly do this at your own risk.

There are reasons why seat and belt bolts are higher graded steel than other general fasteners. In an accident it is very likely that this single pivot point modification could spin/break or move, which isn't something i would particularly enjoy myself.

I think this is a good idea, but i think there needs to be a bit more safety margin involved with a modification like this. God forbid you have a small child's seat installed in the rear and have this modification fail...

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by visual / physical inspection, the weakest point here is the rectangular bracket.

yes, do it at your own risk. do not do this if you do not feel comfortable.

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yikes, how sketchy. In the event of a rear end collision, the rear seat back is very likely going to fly back snapping that tiny little metal bracket, possibly sending the rear seat occupants out the back and into the grill of the vehicle behind.


To put it bluntly, if you do this you could cause the death of your loved one or passenger.

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