Ross's extended city, easy entry Goblin- 06 SS/SC, NW Arkansas

Ross

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The DF seatbelt shoulder strap binds when my Cobalt seats are slid all the way back, resulting in the seat belts not retracting.
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So today I read up on how to remove the head rest (there is a small hole, you push with a paper clip),
then re-drilled the Cobalt strap holder, about an inch over.
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This pic also shows how well the driver's seat now aligns with the DF shoulder strap.
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RouteAbel

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What do you think about re-using the SS seats. I still have mine and have been conflicted on if I want to use them or order the Corbeau.
 

Desert Sasqwatch

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Budget and wants/needs. No one will fault you for keeping your SS seats, many builds have them. They are comfortable and the 'stock' mounts bolt right into the Goblin with no modifications needed. Besides, you can always upgrade at some point in the future. A goblin is never really ever finished. :)
 

Ross

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I agree, you can always upgrade later... try the SS seats, and see if you like them. 2 bolts is all it takes to remove them. But you do need to do 3 small modifications to them. 1. remove the plastics on the sides. 2. remove the extra bump on the front sliders where it contacts the 1" square tube. 3. grind off 1/4" width from the rear slider's bolt mounts.

For me, I like the seat comfort, and convenience of easy entry and exit, and you can't beat the price. The stock seat belts are quick, and the seats have a lot of adjustablility (bottom tilt, lumbar, recline & slide). They have a sporty look, but not that full race look.
 
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Ross

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I wonder if a ZZP pulley will fit on my OTTP hub?
The bolt circle is about 42mm in diameter, and the 5 bolts are weird - smaller than a M5x0.8 and bigger than a #8/32.
Did OTTP do some proprietary thread? Or is this just low quality metric threads? Guess I could alway enlarge them to M5x0.8 with a tap.
Any advise for getting the 3.35" pulley off my supercharger? I am thinking an angle grinder, as I have no need to save the stock pulley.
I'm surprised there is no keyway in the hub. Am I suppose to heat expand it before putting it on?
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ccannx

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What size are you going to ? I’ve read the intense pulleys and ZZP are made compatible but don’t know about the OTTP.
 

JERMzSS

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Ross I wish I could of warned ya about the OTTP hub and pulleys before you ordered. They're quality is horrible compared to zzp.

You will need a hydraulic press to get the factory pulley off. Trust me they are on there good. Use some pb blaster and some heat as well. The supercharger snout is threaded so pressing the new hub on isn't bad as long as you can find a bolt and make a thick washer.
 

Ross

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Ross I wish I could of warned ya about the OTTP hub and pulleys before you ordered. They're quality is horrible compared to zzp.

You will need a hydraulic press to get the factory pulley off. Trust me they are on there good. Use some pb blaster and some heat as well. The supercharger snout is threaded so pressing the new hub on isn't bad as long as you can find a bolt and make a thick washer.
Oh. Guess you have been down this road before. Well, thanks for the advise on removal and installation.
I will check the parts before installing them... maybe I got lucky and these pass inspection.
 
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