Custom Mounting Bracket Installation
The following instructions are
common to most vehicles and are to be used as a
general guide. Some applications may vary
1) Start by pulling back carpeting to leave a
clear floor pan if necessary.
2) Using a socket or adjustable wrench, remove
the bolts holding your factory bracket to the floor
(retain for later use).
HINT! Now is
the time to disconnect any wires under seat for
power equipment or side airbags.
3) Carefully remove old seat and bracket
assembly. (Careful not to scratch your door jams or
protective wrapping on your new Corbeau seat until
installation is complete to avoid damage.
4) Place the Corbeau seat on it's side and remove
the pan head screws attached to the bottom of the
seat using the supplied hex wrench. (Only 1 hex
wrench is supplied and could be on the bottom of
5) Align the sliders attached to the custom
mounting bracket over the holes on the bottom of the
seat with the sliding lever at the front and start
the screws (DO NOT FULLY TIGHTEN AT THIS TIME).
HINT! Move the
sliders forward and back to gain access to the holes
on the sliders.
6) After starting all 4 screws, fully tighten
them using the hex wrench.
7) Supporting the seat and bracket assembly,
carefully lower it into the vehicle aligning the
holes in the floor with the bracket holes.
8) Using the bolts retained from the removal of
the old bracket, secure the Corbeau bracket assembly
to the floor finger tight.
alignment. Seat should be lined up to center
9) Tighten bolts using socket wrench and double
check all nuts, bolts and screws.
10) Remove protective wrapping from seat and
If further assistance is required, please contact
one of our bracket specialists by phone at (801)
Competition Mounting Bracket Instructions
These directions and parts list are specific to
part# 22006. These steps are similar to some
brackets but may vary slightly from one application
Remove existing seats and brackets from vehicle.
If possible pull back carpeting to leave a
clear floor pan.
Attach four angle brackets to the straight bars
and seat tracks as shown below, use eight 5/16"
nuts and bolts. Be sure to use two bolts for each
angle as shown to ensure no movement. You will need
to slide brackets back and forth to gain access
to holes on tracks (note: do not fully tighten bolts
at this time).
Using the pan head screws that are attached to the
bottom of the seat. Attach bracket to base of seat
with sliding lever at the front. After starting
all four screws, fully tighten them. If your vehicle
is subject to severe vibration, Loctite is recommended.
Now fully tighten the eight 5/16" bolts. This
will make the assembly very rigid.
Support the seat and lower it to the floor of the
vehicle, arrange the other four angle brackets to
meet already assembled bracket. Whenever possible,
use the existing floor pan holes and hardware. If
it is not possible, you may have to drill into the
Once all four angle brackets are lined up, use remaining
eight 5/16" bolts to attach to bracket on seat.
Check that seat is lined up to center of vehicle.
Tighten remaining bolts and double check all nuts,
bolts, and screws.
1 pair seat sliders
8 angle brackets
2 straight bars
16 5/16" x 1" bolts
16 5/16" locking nuts
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