A Newbs "New" 1991 1HZ Troopy

jmlockwood

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I was able to sneak a few minutes this afternoon and install the seat slides and brackets. I was also able to get a good look at the new seats. The quality is top notch. I have yet to sit in a better after-market seat. This is probably the best mod to date. Will be ordering a set for the 80 series as soon as I get back from SA.

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I was able to sneak a few minutes this afternoon and install the seat slides and brackets. I was also able to get a good look at the new seats. The quality is top notch. I have yet to sit in a better after-market seat. This is probably the best mod to date. Will be ordering a set for the 80 series as soon as I get back from SA.

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You should do what my grandmother used to do when she got new furniture and leave the plastic own. :)
 

jmlockwood

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Were they direct fit, John?
Sort of....

I had to drill to find the hidden nuts for the bucket seats. That was fairly easy once you do a little measuring and comparing with the factory bucket seat layout. The seats came with Planted brackets that bolted right up no issues at all. The color is a perfect match for this interior.
 

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I must have this whole Cruiser thing wrong. I thought it was a sign of character to arrive at your destination numb from the neck down. :)
Yeah well I've had the whole cruiser thing going for the last 20 years and at almost 60 my ass has become flat. These seats are like remodeling your house.
 
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