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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-29-2004, 01:02 PM Thread Starter
 
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LEVE. Seat website.

Leve the fabled Fiero-Speaker-Seats website is gone. [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

Do you have it? Or know where it went?

All these years of passing it over, and now I'm looking for new stats :P
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Re: LEVE. Seat website.

Try: Fiero Seat Install
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Re: LEVE. Seat website.

Leve, those are Saturn seats. Though I'm sure the write up will work as a guide.
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Re: LEVE. Seat website.

I have info. and pics. in the computer on how I cut the seat brackets to accomodate the Fiero seats. Been meaning to write sumthin up. I think I cut the front vertical pieces for 4 3/8" and 6 3/8" centerline on the pivot points. The base of the Fiero seat(do not use the Fiero sliderds) is very close to the Jeep seat pattern, I think I just redrilled a couple holes. I'll try to post over New Year's weekend.
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Re: LEVE. Seat website.

Hmm ya, you had an old one Leve.. with pictures of the seats/speakers.

But I just noticed why I've never really jumped at a set of seats as replacements. [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

It seems all the seats people are installing, have plastic side pannels on them, for some reason when I see that, they don't look like they fit.

I'm going to be putting in folding seats mounted off the cage, so I don't have to worry about mounting patterns or anything.

I was looking for something that was similar to a mastercraft seat.. without all the plastic of the other kinds of seat.. not neccessary a suspension seat.. cause those are big $bling$ $bling$ [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: LEVE. Seat website.

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I was looking for something that was similar to a mastercraft seat.. without all the plastic of the other kinds of seat.. not neccessary a suspension seat.. cause those are big $bling$ $bling$ [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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Actually they aren't to expensive for the comfort and performance they offer, I have been doing a lot of the PRP seats in customers and my personal rigs, if you go that route, let me know if you have any questions on the size, fit, styles or $$.
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Re: LEVE. Seat website.

I've just been digging around the internet all today. (slow day)

I liked the look of the 4th Gen z28 seats. but around here they go for a mint. ($750 CDN from what I can find.) So ya, new seats aren't far off.

It will be a while before i get anything physical going. It's my summertime project :P

I was also considering rebuilding my seats. I reinforced the frames lastyear.. thisyear might be time for some more foam, and new/improved covers... Use the old ones as patterns if I'm lucky. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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