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Removing seats

Going to the junk yard tomorrow, getting new seats.

Wondering what size wrenches/sockets I need to bring. Have the basics, any allens or 12pts? Where are the bolts and how many? Thanks
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4 bolts
13 millimeter
will need about 6in extension it gets awkard

now this is for my gen 3 not usre what youre getting but i dont think it has changed none
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4 bolts
13 millimeter
will need about 6in extension it gets awkard

now this is for my gen 3 not usre what youre getting but i dont think it has changed none

i think 01 and up is a t55 while earlier is a bolt
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i think 01 and up is a t55 while earlier is a bolt
ok
i didnt realize that it had change to a torx.
learned something new today
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My 98 is a T55 so at least that far back is torx. Good luck with the seat hunt
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would two passenger seats bolt in? so Ic ould have bucket seats? or is the bracket diff???
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would two passenger seats bolt in? so Ic ould have bucket seats? or is the bracket diff???
Hey thats not a bad idea although all the controls for the seat back will be on the side......but im sure that can be fixed if you know how to remove the covers on the seat.

might start a How-to on that one day!

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would two passenger seats bolt in? so Ic ould have bucket seats? or is the bracket diff???


ok, if you get an extra passenger seat, with some minor mods you can bolt it to the driver seat tracks

I did this in my 99, i had one small bracket i trimmed off and had to cut a whole for the seat adjusters(98+) I just happened to get the seat for free from a buddy and it worked great
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iight thax good thing about my 93 I don't have any controls on the side just the tilt switch
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my 03 seats were I think 11/16 socket
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