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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-20-2002, 08:41 AM
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Rear Tracker seat too wide for a Samurai?

Would a rear tracker seat be too wide for a Samurai? I'm going to the pick-n-pull today for some buckets and I was going to look for one while I'm there. Anybody ever put any other type of seat back there?
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Re: Rear Tracker seat too wide for a Samurai?

The Tracker seat is way too wide for the rear of a Zook....unless you have a sawzall!
I have never found anything else that fit.

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Re: Rear Tracker seat too wide for a Samurai?

Could the seat be raised above the wheel wells and then secured? It'd look ghetto but would be very functional with the top off?
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I've got a Sammy rear seat for sale in decent shape, with seatbelts, etc. Make me an offer on PM. Thanks,

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Re: Rear Tracker seat too wide for a Samurai?

Here ya go:
Looks like it fits fine with the top off. lol I do not think I would want to be back there in a roll-over!
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Re: Rear Tracker seat too wide for a Samurai?

Sean, I wouldn't want to be back THERE at all! I might be whats for dinner! LOL
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Re: Rear Tracker seat too wide for a Samurai?

Guess you are talking about Morgan and her little puppy (95 pounds!) Tucker. They are good guard dogs....no one has stolen any Zuk parts yet...lol

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Re: Rear Tracker seat too wide for a Samurai?

Sean, your dogs totally crack me up, they must hear you pick up the camera, and come running like there is no tomorrow....
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it looks likes they are holding up the back of the rig in this picture....LOL

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They do see to crop up in all your pictures... [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img] good theft deterrent though. No one who reads your web site will ever get any dumb ideas about visiting you late at night....
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Re: Rear Tracker seat too wide for a Samurai?

anyone put a Subaru Brat seat in? I think it would look neat.
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