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lowering the rear seat in a ac2

joesmoe

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Hi,



I am new to the forums so hello everyone.I just purchased a ac2 project.
My issue is that I am 6'6" tall ,so when I sit on a parachute my shoulders and head are to high in the hole. I have found a softie parachute i can get that packs down to 2",and was planing to modify the rear seat as low as i can and sit the parachute as low to the fusalage as i can.


Has anyone heard of this being done before?


I was also wondering if it is possible to widen the sheet metal around the hole any?Edited by: joesmoe
 

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