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Old 07-14-2012, 08:22 PM
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seats of a 32 tudor

Does any body know what seat (front and rear) I can use for a 32 tudor. bench or bucket? any suggestion? Thanks

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Look at the seats for a Jeep Cherokee..the fronts I am fairly sure of and not sure on the back but I think the bench could be cut down..Of course you need the ones from the tudor Cherokee so they lay forward...

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Just installed bucket seats from a 2005 Tuscon and they fit fine. Have lots of travel, in fact maybe too much as they come in contact with the door panel when fully forward.
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Thanks guys

One more time, Have you got a year model for the Jeep?

27 Tall T, Do they come all the way foward because the car looks like it is a 4 door?

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IIRC the mid 80's Cherokee Sport was a tudor..You can also check out some of the extended cab small pickups as they have the seats that fold forward in them..Takes some trips to the pick-a-part place to find them but you can look on car-part.com to see who might have some in your area. First thing I look for is the function of the seats as I can get a seat cover if I need one..

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Any of the Ford Explorer Sports will work, they are 2 door also.
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Nope, they are made that way and have a terrific amount of travel be it a 4 dr or 2dr.
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Ok Thanks guys

I will do some looking and get back you.

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