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Hey guys, Im planning on selling my Nismo seats and purchasing some Bride reclinable seats. Maybe these I was wondering what else would I need to get in order to

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Old 06-24-2012, 08:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Necessary parts for aftermarket seats?

Hey guys,

Im planning on selling my Nismo seats and purchasing some Bride reclinable seats.

Maybe these


I was wondering what else would I need to get in order to mount them in my car?

Mounts? Rails? Bars? Seatbelts?

I want to keep my stock seat belts along with having a 3 point harness that I can throw on whenever.

My main concern is price. Where can I get all these parts for a reasonable price? being that I'm already going to be paying an arm and a leg for just the seats.




Sorry If I asked too many questions, hopefully someone can help me out on this, I searched on the forums but there isn't too much on here about aftermarket seats.

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Well you'd have to get the right rails to fit the Z and just bolt those on. From what I've read, there should be a spot on the seat for you to bolt on the seatbelt lock. You might also need a fuse or something to trick the car into thinking that there is still a seat airbag.
I don't know much about harness work, but I know that the bar behind the seats is not good to attach a harness to. You'd need an actual harness bar.
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yah, rails, screws, washers, and nuts. maybe a resistor to trick your SRS.
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