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Old 07-28-2007, 08:15 PM   #1
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Default 00+ seats in a 92-99? Can it work?

I know the 00+ have the seatbelts built into the seat but will the seats "bolt in"
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No offense, but why would you want to do that?
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Well he doesn't have the AL7s so I wouldn't be to concerned. If he wanted to swap out his AL7s then he'd need an appointment with a shrink.

I can't answer if they bolt up. Being a different body I'd guess that they can't. But IDK for sure.
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Well I have the bench seats now and would like to find some buckets but everywhere I look online I could only find 2000+
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It'* hard to find older seats on ebay or other places. FWIW, me and BillBoost are going to the junkyard Saturday. We can at least see if there are seats available. A whole set of seats would cost around $120. If you're interested, I'd PM BillBoost37 to see what he is willing to do in the meantime. Though I can't guarantee we could cover the cost.
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Well it was more of a "future" refrance. I'm in the middle of trying to buy a home so I can't really buy anything
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Yeah, I just threw it out there FWIW.
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