Finally, here's some new paint photos...
BTW, if you are reading the rear axle swap, the final watt link fasteners were tightened with the car's weight in "road" position. I put two j... Show moreack stands under the rear axle housing; keeping the wheels off, to allow access to the upper link fastener nuts. With the wheels on, it was impossible to reach the upper link nuts with a socket wrench.
Now, to go back and research those 80/20 components part numbers for you guys (and gals)! Show Less
80/20 T-Slot Industrial Hardware
Here's the assortment that I choose to use to develop a seat mount system. This hardware is high quality; not cheap. ... Show moreI'll sketch out a drawing to show how the pieces were used. Also, I had to use a piece of aluminum flatbar at the tranny hump to further offset left and back to use the original floor studs. More details, soon!
Here's a CAD diagram (w/ photos) of my approach to mounting my RX8 passenger seat. I"ll look for the 80/20 catalogue and find the hardware items' stock part numbers... Show Less