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Seat Webbing

RECARO seat webbing to support seat foam, suitable for many OEM and aftermarket RECARO seats.
Delivery date: 1-2 days
Manufacturer: RECARO
£42.08 ex. VAT
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RECARO Seat Webbing

The seat webbing is used to support the seat foam. Over time the rubber and hessian materials relax and on occassions may fail completely. Changing the webbing will revitalise the comfort and support of the seat foam.

This rubber diaphragm is the original part for many OEM RECARO seats, as well as the current aftermarket range.

Product Specifciation:

  • Width 280mm, length 380mm
  • 10 retaining clips 34mm in length - 5 on each metal rod


Advice for RECARO Ford seats:

The original part for the Ford seats is no longer available however this diaphragm can be used as an alternative. The width between the metal rods of the old and new diaphragm must be the same (the width between the rods on a worn diaphragm may increase over time by 10mm or so). The length is not so crucial as it can be cut to the appropriate size.

The original retaining clips need to be used to hold the new diaphragm in position.

If the new diaphragm is slightly too narrow, a new set of holes for the retaining clips needs to be drilled into the frame which are slightly closer together and slightly offset front to back from the original holes.

 

RECARO Seat Webbing

The seat webbing is used to support the seat foam. Over time the rubber and hessian materials relax and on occassions may fail completely. Changing the webbing will revitalise the comfort and support of the seat foam.

This rubber diaphragm is the original part for many OEM RECARO seats, as well as the current aftermarket range.

Product Specifciation:

  • Width 280mm, length 380mm
  • 10 retaining clips 34mm in length - 5 on each metal rod


Advice for RECARO Ford seats:

The original part for the Ford seats is no longer available however this diaphragm can be used as an alternative. The width between the metal rods of the old and new diaphragm must be the same (the width between the rods on a worn diaphragm may increase over time by 10mm or so). The length is not so crucial as it can be cut to the appropriate size.

The original retaining clips need to be used to hold the new diaphragm in position.

If the new diaphragm is slightly too narrow, a new set of holes for the retaining clips needs to be drilled into the frame which are slightly closer together and slightly offset front to back from the original holes.

 

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