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EJ series seats into L series??

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#1 el_freddo


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Posted 07 March 2011 - 07:33 AM

G'day all

I'm after some info/pics of how to fit EJ series (legacy, foz etc) seats into an L series.

Any info would be a great help.



#2 Caboobaroo


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Posted 09 March 2011 - 02:51 PM

Its not hard just time consuming. I fitted 05MY USDM STI seats into my '87 RX. I didn't use the STi seat rails but used the factory EA82 rails instead. I had to weld on some vertical tabs onto the rails with holes drilled into them for the seats to bolt to the rails.
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You can see in the foreground in this picture, to the left of the spring, one of the vertical tabs thats welded to the rail and bolted to the seat
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