The front seats bolt right in(you don't have to use one of the bolts on the tranny tunnel, just put the bolt in before the seat) The back seats are a diff. story-you must use your original bottom frame and swap covers & foam(about 20 min.) then use small screws to secure the new cover to the old frame.(not necc. but looks/operates better) The upper seat back brackets must be removed and fabricated-thus leading to my point of this post.....I'm in the middle of the swap and am about to take my drawings/design down to get a quote. I'm sure it'll be cheaper if I get more than one set(3 brackets) made. Anyone interested???
The 2001 Outback seats I got were $300.00 from a yard in perfect shape w/power driver's seat.
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2001 Outback seats in a 95-99 Legacy
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