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1300 giulia ti front seat removal

Hi guys how do you remove the front seats on a 68 giulia 1300 ti.... I can easily get the outer rail (2 bolts) the ones by the doors, but canít see or figure out the center rail on the consol !!! Any help would be great!

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 05:29 PM
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I think you are in the wrong pew.. go to 105 Sedans. I've had mine out but it was 15 years ago.

My parts book shows only one rail per seat. You might have to take the skirt off on one side to see what is going on. My '72 Super doesn't have that arrangement.

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Hey Uncle,

I guess I posted here because this is where all the Cool kids hang out!!!!

Just for the record, the two seats share the center slide on the tunnel. 3 slides total for two bucket seats. The center slide is held down by 3 pop rivets. Kind of a PITA to remove.

I may have been able to remove the seats out by sliding them out towards the rear seat. But I would need someone on the other seat sliding it out at the same time by pulling the release lever at the same time I slid the other seat out. Anyway, I removed the rivets and took the seats out like a bench seat!

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Send me your e-mail and I'll scan the pages I have..rLesn at commmmmcastttt dotttttt netttttttt
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Just did this last month to send my seats out for reupholstering. Came across the same situation as you, so I emailed Andrew. Just lift up on the seat adjuster and push the seat all the way forward and off it’s track, too some finagling but it did come off.

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I found a parts book for sale from a Alfa B.B. member, just waiting for him to email me a price and send payment! I purchased the giulia Ti off bring a trailer this spring, love the car. My giulietta spider and 101 sprint are also doing well ! ��

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I’m surprised the tunnel didn’t keep the seat from coming off the slides?
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A few photos of my 101ís to keep us in the 101 forum : )

And a rear photo of the Ti

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I love the chairs... too nice to hinder progress. I'd be sitting there with my cigar , legs crossed.. day-dreaming .. and not getting anything done.. I have the parts manual #1395 4/69.. if you just want pages copied.. no problem. FYI Papajam had it in the AROC Library data base.. Perhaps you can have a copy burned...https://www.aroc-usa.org/library/doc...%20Manuals.pdf
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HUD, the tunnel was in the way, it’s a squeeze to get off that’s why I said I had to finagle it. I don’t think it will be so easy to reinstall them.

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FYI Papajam had it in the AROC Library data base.. Perhaps you can have a copy burned...https://www.aroc-usa.org/library/doc...%20Manuals.pdf
Who is now taking care of AlfaBB-member-sharing of any copies? Mine look like 5th generation copies that came with my car in 2016.

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