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    Bucket seats.

    I know that there is alot on here about bucket seats, "which ones will work," "which ones need modifications".. Blah Blah Blah
    I pulled some bucket seats out of an 05' Dodge Neon that are pretty comfy, At first when I set them in the truck I was like "yea they'll bolt right up" but after cutting some carpet where the bolt holes are I noticed there about an inch too narrow, but without doing any bracket swaps or anything I believe I can get the to work with a piece of flat steel bolted to the seat and then bolted to original bolt hole.. I get some pics of it when I get them mounted..

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    Thats what I used and they are comfy. On the front you just gotta cut the little tabs off the bottom and bend the mounting tabs forward alittle. On the back I cut off the mounts and welded them in where they needed to be. Using a piece of flat stell will work just as well. It was $50 and an hour of time...well worth it. I have pictures in my album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbyk View Post
    Thats what I used and they are comfy. On the front you just gotta cut the little tabs off the bottom and bend the mounting tabs forward alittle. On the back I cut off the mounts and welded them in where they needed to be. Using a piece of flat stell will work just as well. It was $50 and an hour of time...well worth it. I have pictures in my album.
    Yea I see the front now Thinking maybe just bend the front mounts up a little. and I paid $20 for the seat and there in great condition

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