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I just bought the seats less than a week ago, I did buy them used but they are in very good condition. There's nothing wrong with them but I got

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Old 09-25-2017, 01:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought the seats less than a week ago, I did buy them used but they are in very good condition. There's nothing wrong with them but I got another speeding ticket and I need the money to pay for it plus traffic school🙁 They are the red microsuade ones and come with black braum harnesses. Local pickup only. Asking 700 obo for both seats and 5 point harness sets. Txt me at 805-312-3103 if your interested. It won't let me upload any pictures so I can send u some separately if your interested
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Is there any DIY on how to install these seats with the OEM brackets/sliders?
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Is there any DIY on how to install these seats with the OEM brackets/sliders?
You need custom brackets. To install aftermarket seats you'll pretty much need to redo everything. Brackets, sliders, resistor for the airbags, and a custom harness bar to use harnesses if you cant swap over the stock seat belt clip.
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Hey by any chance are you selling your planted brackets? Glows bro! These make any interior pop!
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You need custom brackets. To install aftermarket seats you'll pretty much need to redo everything. Brackets, sliders, resistor for the airbags, and a custom harness bar to use harnesses if you cant swap over the stock seat belt clip.
It's actuallly not to bad, you can remove the seat from the stock brackets and use it with the slider and bracket. U cut the slider off and reweld it a little higher up and it will probably cost u around 80 at a shop rather than 300 for brackets. Also u don't need the stock seatbelt but it's very easy to remove and reinstall into the new bracket if u buy one. And after market seats don't usually come with airbags, u will either clear the code so the light doesn't keep flashing or just kinda live with it because u won't have anything to plug into the wiring harness
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It's actuallly not to bad, you can remove the seat from the stock brackets and use it with the slider and bracket. U cut the slider off and reweld it a little higher up and it will probably cost u around 80 at a shop rather than 300 for brackets. Also u don't need the stock seatbelt but it's very easy to remove and reinstall into the new bracket if u buy one. And after market seats don't usually come with airbags, u will either clear the code so the light doesn't keep flashing or just kinda live with it because u won't have anything to plug into the wiring harness
If you want to be cheap and unsafe then sure. Then you are rendering your stock seats useless if you want to sell them. I got my new brackets for $150 from wedge engineering. Some seats wont allow you to transfer the stock belt clip over. My brides didn't have enough room to do that. I am well aware that aftermarket seats don't come with airbags lol. You HAVE to solder in a 4.7ohm resistor to prevent that dash light from flashing.
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