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What seats can Be adapted into gen 1`s?

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#1 75subie


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Posted 30 October 2005 - 09:59 PM

what seats can be adapted into gen 1`s that would be a fairly easy swap?mine are shot, and the imp seats i have are way too wide.

#2 bajavwnsoobnut


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Posted 31 October 2005 - 01:00 AM

wide as in don't have room for the center tunnel? or wide as in bolt pattern for the mounts?

if it's the latter what I did to fit some gen 3 seats in is use some bar stock that I drilled and tapped to fit the original seat mounts/sliders and drilled the other holes for the seat itself and also had it offset so it lined up with the steering wheel and also get away from the tranny tunnel

this is in a 76 4wd wagon btw

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