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Power Seat Slider kit update.

Are you , or any of your Club Members , experiencing slight movement
of your Caprice-9C1-Impala SS front power seats , drivers and/or passenger's ?
Seat movement and noises might be generated by the slider components of your Seat Rails.
Mostly noticeable during hard stop and go and while negotiating hard turns.

Unfortunately GM will only sell the whole Seat Rail at a substantial cost
to you.
That is why we came-up with our own reinforced slider component design.

See for yourself the difference between the original and the new part @
http://www.geocities.com/cplca/Jim033.html

Have a look at the step by step replacement guide and find out
just how easy it is to replace these parts @
http://www.geocities.com/cplca/JimMoultonA1.html

Visit the Impala SS slider kit info center @
http://www.geocities.com/cplca/slid1.html

You can also visit our "how to" order page @
http://www.geocities.com/cplca/slid4b.html

Mr. Jim Moulton "part designer" and myself are proud to announce that
production of the sliders has started and that we are now ready to take
all of your orders.
We hope to satisfy all potential prospects as this will help to keep
the price as low as possible.
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Introductory priced: Price effective until February 28th.
70.oo$ usd for a full kit.<16 sliders enough for two seats>
45.oo$ usd for half a kit.< 8 sliders Driver's side only .>
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After February 28th Price will be as follows :
120.oo$ usd for a full kit.<16 sliders enough for two seats>
70.oo$ usd for half a kit.< 8 sliders Driver's side only .>
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You can order by sending your name, E-Mail and a short note including
"Order Kit" or "Order Half Kit" as E-Mail subject title to address :
[email protected]
or by visiting us on-line and fill out the pre-ordering form @
http://www.geocities.com/cplca/form007.html

Please feel free to distribute this message to every Club Member.

Thank you for your interest in our new product.

Sincerely yours , Mr. Normand Landry Project manager
Mr. Jim Moulton Product designer
 
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I've been waiting for this since October, 1995. that's when my seats started the Impala shimmy! Dealers would replace the rails...three months later...it's back! Now it'll be gone forever!
 
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I like the idea of the kit, but shouldn't this be in the For Sale or GP section?

--Sam

[This message has been edited by Sam (edited February 01, 2001).]
 
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You guys still making them?
I'll be ordering a set for 2 seat very soon if they are still in production.
 
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I installed Normand's slider rails, and they definitely did help my drivers seat rocking quite a lot. My car must have had some fat Saratoga County Sheriffs at the wheel, though, as my seat definitely still rocks and clicks and squeaks with every corner, or even if I shift my weight (180 lbs). Just enough to be annoying...we probably all have some quirk like that in our cars. Anybody have any (cheap) ideas on how to fix this? The rails were a very snug fit, so I'm not sure what to do.
Thanks,
Gary in VT
'94 9C1 LT1
VT # "BLUSMBL"
 
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Norm Landry and Jim Moulton still have this must have repair kit available for our vehicles. Norm Landry came to my home and we pulled out at 4am to head to the big blowout mod day in Deer Park Long Island at Unorthodox Race shop. Norm Landry, Gary Meier engineering Mod expert,myself and many other New York Members worked from 9am to 2am on our hotrods. I think Norm repaired every Chevrolet Powerseat frame rail there and we had around 25 Lt1 B-body Chevrolets. Special Guest Ed Runnion flew in from California for this event to install over head consoles. Also Carl Malone the Bonny seat man came in and sold a few sets of Bonny seats and helped install them. John Wutzer UNYISSO /LISST / ISSCA # 1198
 
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Those kits are GREAT! Very easy to instal if you follow Jim's instructions. Plus he didn't even make fun of me when I put the sliders in the wrong way. After that I did something we never admit to. I read the directions.
 
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Dear Santa,
i would like a set of seat slider kit for
Christmas.

GODSPEED's Car.
 
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Hey,
Like John Wutzer said, Norm came down to our LiSSt Mod Day. He did my drivers side seat first, and I had NO rocking, or movment yet. I figured, the parts he designed were so far superior to GM's design, I may as well have the expert himself, do the install before, my seats start doing the boogie woogie too.
When Norm took my seat rails apart, the bushing came out in pieces, half were broken the other half cracked. So even if you don't feel it yet, DO THIS MOD! you will be happy you did. BTW: I get no compensation for this, and THANKS Norm, and all those who worked very hard to make LiSSt's Mod Day an unbelievable success.

over 100 mods! New Picture at:
http://hometown.aol.com/svmd1996/myhomepage/index.html
 
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Those seat slider make tons of difference on my 96 9c1(just the power driver seats). i kind miss those rattle when i making turn and stopping... NOT

now i start to notice other noise that so frequent our car. at least one down.

Lisst mod day is great.

thanks to Norm for coming all the way from Canada, and Scott for convience me to do this mod. and It's great working with you John(i did most of the watching
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plus it's a great pleaure to meet Mr Ed Runnion. Club event are fun.

David
 
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Thank you guys for the great comments !
I am glad I could help LiSSt members, it was worth the 1000k miles + to be with you all.
I would go back anytime.

Norm.
 

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I believe from memory it's as straightforward as (carefully) unsnapping covers (maybe only on Cadys), 4 nuts and one or 2 elec plugs.
 

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Been a while, so I looked in the book. Black is correct, the only thing the book added was to slide the seat all the way forward to remove the rear covers and nuts, then slide it all the way to the rear to remove the front covers and nuts.
 

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Plus,have seat all the way up. So,you can better access the 10mm bolts that must be removed to separate the two halves of each track assembly to access the bushing(s)...
 
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