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Old 09-05-2023, 05:54 AM
TASEsq TASEsq is offline
 
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Default 32-05: Baggage Floor Brain Fart

Can someone please save me from not being able to see the obvious, but I simply cannot seem to slip the baggage floors over the seat belt lugs - itís like the slots need to be lengthened forward?

The floors obviously need to move forward to fit over the forward ends of the seatbelt lugs, but I canít seem to work out how, as the skins conflict with the side structure?

All my favourite build logs are silent on the matter - I think I must be the only human with this problem!

Iím sure Iím not seeing the tree for the bear ****ting in the forest, or a metaphor like that.
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Old 09-05-2023, 10:59 AM
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You have to bend that floor quite a bit to slip it over the lap belt hardpoints. We had that problem too. Just be careful not to crease it.
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