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09-29-2011 08:02 AM
DanTwoLakes You can change non reclining seats to reclining seats, or you could fabricate a mounting bracket that tilts forward. All seats are different, so whether or not it's an easy thing to do depends on the seat.
09-28-2011 01:33 PM
Converting non-tilt buckets to tilting

I've got leather buckets from a 99-ish S-type Blazer in my truck. Driver side is power. My truck is a regular cab and these bucket seats do not flip forward. They must have been from a 4-door Blazer. I want them to flip forward to access behind my seats. Can I do this relatively easily? Am I compromising the safety of the seat at all if I do this?


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