As a I head closer to getting my TR6 registered for the first time in 5 years, I have come across an issue with the placement of the tilt lever on the chairs.
My 6 is an early CP and has the pointy 'teardrop' shaped knobs on the handle that you use to tilt the chair forward. The seats are non-reclining fixed back type without headrests.
Being 6ft5' I have modified the wheel arch and moved the driver seat rail back an inch to get more legroom. The arch has to be modified as the chair (non-reclining) hits the wheel arch before anything else.
Does anyone know if the lever can be moved from the outside to the inside on the driver seat (and the same for the passenger). Without doing this the knobs are going to cut into the triangular strengthening gusset on the B post trim and virtually impossible to get to once the chair is moved right back.
If I move the lever knob to the inner (so next to the propshaft tunnel) whilst its not handy to tilt the chair back, at least you can get to it and its not destroying the trim on the B post gusset.
Appreciate any thoughts or feedback from anyone that has done this.