Drivers seat security. (1 Viewer)

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KPM

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Anyone fitted a Patriot Motorcycle disc lock to a Ford based Drivers seat. I need help as it so different from a Fiat based seat I thought it would be similar but it’s not a straightforward as I had anticipated. Thank you.
 
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Sorry only done it to a Fiat.
Would a few pictures in different positions help understand your problem. It may be just a question of using the longer pin?
Ideally you need someone with a ford to help . Regard this as a bump if nothing else.
 
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KPM

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Thank you yes I think you’re right. Thanks for your encouragement. I understand is essence what has to be done and with the Fiat seat ( I used to have a Pilote on a Fiat and so I have some working knowledge of those Captain seats ). However due to the vehicle battery location the available space is quite different. It may be that I have to find out how to access the battery which will invoke removing the seat or something like getting it to tip. More intriguing investigations.
 
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Well my encouragement wasn't good enough to get someone with a ford to say no cant be done or this is how i did it
 

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Anyone fitted a Patriot Motorcycle disc lock to a Ford based Drivers seat. I need help as it so different from a Fiat based seat I thought it would be similar but it’s not a straightforward as I had anticipated. Thank you.
Would one of the old fashioned disc locks not work. You only need drill a hole near the edge

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