Up until now your only option for eliminating annoying seat rocking was to fork out over $540 per seat + labor to Chevrolet for new seat tracks. Now you can repair instead of replace the seat tracks by installing (4) new self-lubricating shims in the seat tracks. These shims replace the original shims that deteriorate and wear out over time. Installation is not difficult and is easily accomplished by any self-respecting do-it-yourselfer.
The kit includes (4) new self-lubricating shims and (2) short arm, stubby Torx wrenches for three reasons...
- First, the larger wrench allows you access to the worm gear that is between the seat tracks (itís the tight quarters that doesnít allow normal hand tools to fit)
- Second, most people will not have these size wrenches and they are not commonly available at local home stores
- Third, It saves you the big expense of buying a complete tool kit to get these special tools.
- Also, step-by-step installation instructions are included to make the job easy to do.