I put some newer mituibishi eclipse seats in my YJ but I had to make some seat brackets to make them sit right in the Jeep. Saturn seats and smaller cars will have seats that will almost bolt in. Measure the bolt pattern on your seats, make a drawing and head to your local junkyards with a tape mesure to see what will fit.
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Ive seen TJ seats swapped in, the guy said they were too tall, he had lowerred the brackets, and they had lost some of the range of movements ( sliding tilting)
and I know a rear Tj seat is too wide for a CJ
I guess the fronts would be worth the trouble if they were cheap enough ( like under $100)
Ive got some Mazda 626 seats, they are very comfy, but they are tall, Ill have to modify the brackets, or make some from scratch.
but Im starting to realize those aftermarket bolt in seats that are between $100 and $200 are a pretty good deal.
"If thats the way that you want it, well thats the way I want it more..."
I have an '83 Scrambler and recently got a good deal on some like new '98 Wrangler seats. The slider rails on the new seats are 2 1/2" narrower. I have both the stock CJ and the Wrangler brackets. Any idea if it is easier to adapt the seats to the old brackets or new brackets to the floor pan?
The Scrambler was $500 in September, (very little rust except the floor pans) now sports 31x10.50 GoodYear Wranglers, new marine polyurethane on the hardtop, gray primer to become white paint, new seats and a white oak truck bed going in shortly. Eventually to be the ultimate beach surfcasting vehicle.