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 Post subject: Passenger seat recline levers orientation
PostPosted: 21 Jun 2018, 01:54 

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I’ve seen the passenger seat recline levers installed pivoting both fore and aft of the rod they attach to that extends from the seat frame. This photo is from the post on the beautiful E55 recently sold on BT. I think the lever should be oriented opposite this (aft). Who knows for sure?

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