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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-28-2008, 06:30 PM
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Seats for a Suzuki Samuari

Hi there-
I am looking to purchase two new or used seats for our Sammy. Something with good cushioning and good seatbelts. If you have any idea where I could look please let me know. Thanks alot-Jess
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I had Steel Horse seats in both my Zooks. Good padding and comfy. I got them at Jeep Accessories, Jeep Parts, Jeep Soft Tops, Jeep Lift Kits, winches & more for Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, Jeep Rubicon, & CJ vehicles! Find it all at Quadratec.com - Quadratec

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Im just going to throw this out there, if you have a welder or a friend who can weld, i would go to a pick and pull and get yourself some Hyundia tiburon seats. very easy to put in and really comfortable. Did that to both my wifes and my sammi and a great thing too. First set was 12$ a seat, then the next set was on a dollar day at Harrys u pull it sale. 2$
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Swift seats are nice... that is what is in mine! Lot better then the stock crap seats!

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And old 5 gal. joint compound bucket, turned upside down, kinda works.

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Old Honda Prelude seats are great. More adjustments than you know what to do with!

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I had recycling bins and lawn chairs b4. Then I upgraded my tintop to zuki sidekick seats via a welder. 5 point harness summit seats in the crawler junk.
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I used 97ish cavalier seats

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i have a pair of 93ish integra seats sitting inthe garage soon to go in.

seats make a heck of a difference in these bone jarring little trucks.

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So does a good suspension.
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