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06-28-2004 10:26 AM
creativeinteriors Be carfull with those several new holes. Make sure especially on the track floor mounts that they go into something more than sheet metal. If the seats have seat belts built in they are a whole new animal and need extra care in installation. The seats change from year to year and model to model, and the load path to the floor will change as well. What holes are extra holes are you needing. Be carefull!!
06-26-2004 06:51 PM
Bench to Bucket seats

I'm am trying to replace bench seats w/ buckets seats in a 1995 GMC full size single cab p/u. The buckets seats came from an extended cab, so there is some configurations I have to do , such as drill several more bolt holes. Has anyone done this before? Is the cab layout the same for a single cab and extened cab, at least for the seats? Any advice before I go drilling,? Is this the best way? Any advice would help, Thanks.

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