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Am I understanding correctly that the two ways are just forward and backward for the entire chair? Or is it forward and backward plus the backrest forward and backward? 🤷‍♂️
 

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of course you'll have the 'reglular' seat adjustments, as any vehicle - just not the 'electronic' control...and no 'up and down', messaging, heating, and 'lay all the way back to take a nap' feature : )

it's all good - just like any other vehicle seating.
 

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of course you'll have the 'reglular' seat adjustments, as any vehicle
I'm driving a regular cab in the interim and there are no adjustments whatsoever.
Are you saying forwards and backwards for the whole seat plus the backrest independently can be moved fore and aft? The most recent primary truck I've had was a 10 way power seat and it was nice being able to see over the hood for the first time in years because I usually buy cars that are pretty stripped down.
 

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unless anyone has sat in one and had the pleasure to try the PRO version, I can only suggest that it's manual back/forward and manual back back/forward, as in most vehicles. I don't know of any vehicles in the last decades that doesn't have 'some' adjustments to seating.
The LIGHTNING is also, in all trims, a SUPERCREW, not a single cab - and BUCKET seats up front, not a bench seat, so it would make no sense to have 'no' adjustments.
 

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unless anyone has sat in one and had the pleasure to try the PRO version, I can only suggest that it's manual back/forward and manual back back/forward, as in most vehicles. I don't know of any vehicles in the last decades that doesn't have 'some' adjustments to seating.
The LIGHTNING is also, in all trims, a SUPERCREW, not a single cab - and BUCKET seats up front, not a bench seat, so it would make no sense to have 'no' adjustments.
ok thanks. I was holding out hope there would be some way other than spacers to get it a little higher. Seems like that should be mandated for safety reasons. I mean why mandate a backup camera if you can't even see the child that has wandered within 3 feet of the front of the vehicle? It makes no sense.
 
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