The distance from the back of the driver’s seat to the steering wheel rim measures 13 1/2”, this adjustment having been found most satisfactory for the average driver.
If, however, an owner prefers to have the seat moved closer to the wheel, it can be easily done by removing hinge pin (See B, fig. 467) loosening nut, “A” and turning the seat hinge to position shown by dotted line. This moves the seat 1 3/4” closer to the wheel. After making adjustment be sure to replace cotter key in hinge pin and tighten lock nut. If desired, the front passenger seat can be moved up in the same manner.