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Moving middle set of seats 110 csw

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by iannotts, May 17, 2009.

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  1. iannotts

    iannotts New Member

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    Has anyone moved there middle set of seats back in a 110csw:confused:

    With my daughter growing ( 22months old now :eek:) she has decided she like kick the back of the drivers seat when i am driving.

    how much of a pain the ass is it??:rolleyes:
     
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    Shift her to the other side:rolleyes:;):D
     
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    Then my son ( 8 months old) will be kicking me instead :D
     
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    the missus said she dont want to be kicked by her either :eek:
     
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    Ahhh.. see yer prob mate. All ye have tae do is shout at thum tae stop it.. usually works wonders;) :D :D
     
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    she is getting a bit squashed as well, i have heard of it done just looking for a 'How to' on it, need to gain about 4inches if i can
     
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    Put your Daughter in the front, with your son behind her and have your Missus behind you.

    Sorted :)
     
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    not that simple mate ;) i wish it was :D

    I have 2 other children and inlaws to consider as well,

    Plus i am NEVER putting a child in the front seat of a car in a car seat, fook that
     
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    I was just having a laugh mate ;)

    How big is your family? And do your inlaws live with you? :eek:
     
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    :D, i have 4 kids and the missus

    The inlaws live in Qatar and visit us over the spring/ summer months so we have to acomodate them :)
     
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    now where is that quote button :D:D:D snigger :D:D:D
     
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    Ah've got it! Stick all the adults up front then fill the back witha bouncy castle for the kiddies;):p:D:D
     
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    :D:D:D:D snigger :D:D:D:D,

    From what i can see it may invole cutting the rear wheel arch :eek:
     
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    Nah, it's inflatable so should conform to the contours of yer landy;):D:D
     
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    :D:D:D silly bugga
     
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    Aye:D But it just might work tho';):D:D
     
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    yes it does but it works, i have the full rear seats out a rover 620 in the back of mine, fits well.

    if your ever down near j26 nottm you can come have a look how its done

    phone me 07973539352
     
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    Have you any photos of the mounts?, I am hopeing to use the standard 110 seats
     
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