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RSX leather buckets in my ranger?

RSX seats black leather (racing style)

Really wanting to take out my awful ripped cloth seats out of my 93 and put in some nice black leather seats. These would look awesome in my truck once I black out all my interior imo.

what do you boys think? would these bolt on easy?
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those would be cool! my buddy id sti seats in his prerunner and they work well. but if you dont need the super grip of deep seats its kinda a pita to get in and out.
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Your vehicle is lifted. If you value your twig and berries you don't want to have any bolsters on your seats.
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Your vehicle is lifted. If you value your twig and berries you don't want to have any bolsters on your seats.
you are a smart man. good call dude
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The splash seats came with bolsters. I know from experience.
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Those would look awesome, do it
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Those r some sharp seats, but at the price you have alot of choices.
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Yeah I really like the looks of these, I think it would look great in my truck once my carpet and interior is painted.
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My last car was a 2002 rsx. The seats in those cars are sooo nice!!! I wish I could find a set for my truck. It would be great to have the leather again cause you can just wipe them down. And they are heated!
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Right on! Yea leather is great for a truck, especially if you go wheeling..
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dc5 seats are cool, but you could pick up ep3 seat cheaper or go with some ap1 or ap2 seat which are the boss.

but really you should get some yellow recaros ****s HORD


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If it was me, and I had the cash, I would be picking these up today. These things are soooo comfortable.

If you have access to a welder and a drill press, these things are easy to fit
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If it was me, and I had the cash, I would be picking these up today. These things are soooo comfortable.

If you have access to a welder and a drill press, these things are easy to fit
I don't but I could call you to do it and i'll give you doobies? :D
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Those are slick, but that's money. I like my Lexus seats, but they're a little wide for the ranger.
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I don't but I could call you to do it and i'll give you doobies? :D
hahaha man your good!

Ive never done seats before. It would be interesting for us both. But I will see what I can do. I'll talk to my boss at work on tuesday, and see if I can use the shop on the weekend
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