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Old 08-25-2004, 09:02 PM   #11
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Lower model power seats, everything but lumbar and love handles. Both seats.
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How could you live without the lumbar controls? Once you've felt them, You just can't give them up...
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I was only suggesting these less-common seats as an easier alternative. Doing this would be an easier swap with existing harnesses in the car, and no need to mess with the pneumatic control black box or compressor.
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I know the feeling man! I must say, there is no comparison between my seats, and any other car without it. Especially my mom'* beetle, her seats suck!


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I was only suggesting these less-common seats as an easier alternative. Doing this would be an easier swap with existing harnesses in the car, and no need to mess with the pneumatic control black box or compressor.
So very true... But when swapping, Why not go for the gold?
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Is the bolt pattern from 87-91 different from 92-99?
Did I remember hearing that somewhere, or am I crazy?
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I have an SE edition, Can i take out the seats and put in leather, The middle console would be gone though, cuz my driver seat is like a seat and a half lolol
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Old 08-27-2004, 03:16 PM   #18
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If you got the 60/40 bench in the front with shifter on the ground, just grab another 60/40 leather bench. Otherwise it will take some customizing to get bucket seats fit to your liking in a bench configuration with column shift.
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i'm trying to get the parts to swap 97 SE cloth 60/40 bench seats for the earlier model Leather buckets. I also want to swap my column shifter for the stick on the floor. If it'* sucessful..which it probably will be(not bragging..just being optimistic ) I'll make a write up that maybe Jim or Bill can add to the how-to section.

Might take awhile to get the other Bonne Interior though....but bear with me.


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http://car-part.com/

Use this site to search junkyards in your area. You can easily find leather bucket seats less than $100
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