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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-31-2001, 10:01 PM Thread Starter
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Tracker Seat Install write-up

Semi finished the write up for the Geo Tracker Seat Installation. Go to:

http://www.fortunecity.com/silversto...e/924/id35.htm

It's still rough, but it's got pics. More pics are coming along with more detailed instructions.

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Tim those are the coolest. I really like them and What a heck of a deal. If you ever see them in yellow and black that would be perfect for my rig. Ill double your money! cause 40$ would still be worth it for me. I have eyed those seats at yards for a while but have not moved on them. Got a set of tracker seats but they were not the kind of cloth that you have which is the type i like so i gave them to Glenn. Actually if you have other sets around in that yard I would very much like to hear about it. Maybe i can take a day and haul butt down there and pick them up. Like the write up, good photos too. Max

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Just wondering what the vehicle equivelant in Australia would be for those seats. I currently have Holden Gemini seats in my rig. They are the kind that are low back with no head rest. They look kewl but are shocking on your back after a long trip in the zook.


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Tim, great write up! And yes there is no better thing then those beautys in a sami. I love the way mine look added extra flare to my sami!Makes all the difference not only in apperance but comfort as well.These seats are much better for people with back problems-no joke!

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YT,
Is this a test? Whereís the PICíS ? [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

Iíd really like to know more so, keep up the good work. But, when I looked at the link this morning, NO PICís.

Or, is the king not wearing anything and Iím the only one to say some thing? [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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Re: Tracker Seat Install write-up

I think that putting the Geo (Swift here)seats in is one of the best mods I've made. I drove 2 hours the other day and didn't even need a wheelchair when I got out!!!
For those that haven't ditched those stock seats yet , DO IT!!!!!
Nice write up Tim, more words than mine huh?
http://www.partszuki.homestead.com/SwiftSeats.html
Well at least I took pictures...........

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Re: Tracker Seat Install write-up

Ican see the pics fine. Why are they not showing when you look at it?

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I see pics, There red and black seats. I still would like to know if that junk yard has some 20$ seats left over? Let me know when you can...

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Yellow? Those I've only seen in ones that were running. I will keep my eyes peeled (ouch!) and pick them up for you if I find them. Would blue be okay if I find it? I know you would rather have yellow. I'll keep looking.

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Yellow, blue, purple horse shoes, green, Heck for twenty dollars im not going to be picky as long as they are not shredded. Thanks for peelin your eyes for me. I guess you work as hard as i study[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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