Now that I actually have the seat bottom, I can see that the top of the S/G is going to be pretty close to hitting the bottom of the seat. I could either relieve some of the plastic under the seat to get the added clearance or I could go with a smaller belt and drop the S/G down. Since lowering the S/G is going to take more work – that is what I’m doing.
There are two points that are keeping the S/G from dropping further down. On the drivers side it is hitting this mounting tab:
And the S/G is hitting my brace on the passenger side:
I was using that mount for the engine kill ground, but there is another bolt just to the right that I can use.
That was easy enough:
Luckily there was enough room that I could get the angle grinder in there and didn’t have to remove that brace:
I picked up a 30″ belt hoping that I could use it. But with the S/G down as far as it could possibly go, the 30″ belt was going to be too tight. Autozone had a 30.5″ belt that fit perfect, at it was only $5.
Plenty of room now:
When I need to replace it, here is the #: