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I just picked up some Prelude seats and was wondering if anyone has any advice on how to swap them into my 1990 Samurai. I am sure that there are more ways than one so I want to see if everyone can agree that there is a right way and a wrong way before I start hacking brackets and drilling holes.
I hope there are some good tips out there...thanks. and cheers!
Thanks epic but I had a good look at everything today and decided to go ahead and give it a go since everything was held togrther by bolts and the holes were only out by a half an inch in the length and lined right up for width.
The advice is still worth a couple of frosty ones though....let me know the next time you are going wheeling and I'll see if I can catch up with ya
I always forget to take pics, but this time I remembered. Here is the process I went through. Pretty easy really. The only mod that I had to do was drill one new hole on each rail to accommodate the half inch difference in length of the mounting points on the Prelude seats.