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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-02-2001, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
 
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New seats :-)

Ooooh, new seats, that feels sooo good....
Front buckets off 2000 Sunfire; dark grey and fits like a glove!!!

On the pass. side BOTH of the rear holes are perfect fit, front two need to be drilled. On the driver side I decided to remove the stock "buildups" - note: use small sharp chisel instead of angle grinder; much more convenient and does a cleaner job too. All four holes need to be drilled, but hey - what a small price for a comfy butt_rest. It took ma alltogether maybeee two-three hours included head scratching and few beers. Total cost: CAD$80.00 plus some small hardware, yeah baby. Sorry if it sounds boring, but I'm so happy I have to share it :-)

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I agree about the chisel. I hope you enjoy sounds really great.

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Re: New seats :-)

Suzuki Swift seats are a nice fit too, very little effort and a nice comfy ride.

Enjoy!

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How wouldIsuzu Rodeo seats workk anyone know?

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post #5 of (permalink) Old 07-04-2001, 07:02 AM
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Re: New seats :-)

hey man, good to hear on your seats. i got 88 escort gt seats in my junker. fixin to go to rci's i think though. tired of having to keep sliding my fat butt back into the seat on off cambers. if i dont like them, i got plenty of vehicles to rip another set from.
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Re: New seats :-)

Thx for the positive feedback everyone :-)
Also I've installed my good 'ol fire extinguisher in front of the driver seat - perfect fit again, I can't believe it, hehehehe... Getting in 'n out of the truck is still OK; also did the tune up yesterday (the spark plugs, wires and belt still looked original (oh horror!!!), adjusted timing and valve lash - much better (and quieter) now.
Next I'll be hunting for the power stering and hi-power alt. I think. I just love this little tank along with it's punishing ride, honest :-) :-) :-) :-)

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