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Mud Mad
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Post Samuri seats
Hi All,
Ive stumbled upon a 1991 Sammy, it needs a little tlc to say the least, among things that need attention are the front seats (back seat must have disappeared long ago. Basicly itlooks a good sound truck but the seats are well knackered, they are bucket seats at the mo, now me not being as nimble as I used to be think I need something more straight forward to sit in. What would be a good replacement ? I understand that the rail spacers are a odd size. I don't want to spend to much but need it comfy.

Dave


Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:32 am
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Post Re: Samuri seats
Vitara seats can be modded to fit quite easily, but whatever seats you chose they need to be quite narrow as most modern car seats are enormous by comparison.


Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:17 pm
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Post Re: Samuri seats
Seats from an MX5 are a great choice, pretty supportive, and cheap. Look for the mk 2 (NB) facelift versions for most comfort.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/mazda-mx5-sea ... Swno1Zod3e

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Mud Mad
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Post Re: Samuri seats
Thanks guys, hopefully i'll be able to do a deal on getting the Sammy asap, and get to work on it as it needs a fare bit of restoration.

Dave W


Thu Aug 31, 2017 1:11 pm
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