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Old 11-17-2022, 12:36 AM   #1
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THOR #26156
Honda Odyssey seat in 2017 25.2 Axis

Just installed a 2004 second row Honda Odyssey seat in our 2017 25.2 to replace the peeling OEM seat. Removed the Honda sliding base. Three bolts on each side and several cables. Used a 36 inch 1x1 with holes from Home Depot cut into two 18 inch pieces to attach the rv base and seat together. The front has two nuts to lower it (temporary until I find spacers) and the back was bolted directly to both. Had to cut a 1x1 inch by 4 inch long piece of aluminum and rivet as an extension for the swivel release lever. The sides of the seat plastic panels had to be cut with an oscillating saw so they didn't interfere with the seat belt as the seat is moved on the slides.

The seat is much firmer than the OEM and it will take a trip to find out if the height between the front and rear mounts needs to be adjusted. It sets about an inch lower than the original seat.

Cheap fix for peeling seats.
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