I can be done however you'll void the warranty. If you don't care about that, there are hard points where the seat has been affixed to the floor. You'll need to actively reinforce the floor so the seat doesn't rip from its mounts should you be in a collision. Another consideration is if there's enough room behind the seat to move it back Is there a wall? If so, you're out of luck and won't be able to move the seat. I've seen where some have reinforced the floor by welding in a steel plate then bolting the seat to floor.
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