I have a 2004 Lexington 210. You may notice a small gap at the back edge of the seat plywood, that is where the belts come out.
Your configuration may be different but do make sure the belts are anchored to a steel framework and that the belts' anchor points are directly below that plywood gap. On mine the belts anchor 6 or 8 inches forward of the gap. I am concerned this offset would create a lot of slack in the belts during an accident. I started a thread a while ago on this issue if you are concerned.
Originally Posted by grandmapaula
Thanks. I have noticed the problem with the cushions moving as well. I was hoping that as they were used and squished a little that they would stay in place better. Maybe a piece of flannel layed on the seat would help hold them...nothing slides on flannel! Keep me posted if you find something that helps hold the seats in place. I have looked under the seat and taken the drawer out, but I did not see seat belts. I'll look again. Thanks for you help.