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I am 6'4" tal l.

I am 6'4" tal l. The seat travel is short. Is there a quick fix solution to make seat travel further back? thanks

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Apart from a visit to a surgeon then i would suggest that unbolt the seat runners and re-drill the fixing holes a bit further back .This i have done on some different vehicles over the last 40 yrs for tall people and also i have done it for small people with big cars whose feet dont reach the pedals and bloted blocks of wood to the pedals as well ,then i have had to change the seat belt as well as after moving everything forewards the seat belt wouldnt stretch enough

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