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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 2:17 pm Reply with quote
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I just bought these from 92illpony, but they do not fit my pickup (1991 ext cab). I am in Harrisburg/Charlotte, but will meet within a reasonable distance. I did steam clean them (should have test fit first). $100
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 5:12 pm Reply with quote
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Shouldnt be hard to make some brackets. Those are some comfy seats.

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sgtbriangreen wrote:
Shouldnt be hard to make some brackets. Those are some comfy seats.


Any idea what these originally came out of? I checked with a local place today about reupholstering my 60/40 bench and just the bottom is $250. Imay continue trying to make these work.
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Exodus5 wrote:
sgtbriangreen wrote:
Shouldnt be hard to make some brackets. Those are some comfy seats.


Any idea what these originally came out of? I checked with a local place today about reupholstering my 60/40 bench and just the bottom is $250. Imay continue trying to make these work.


They looked just like the seats that are in my 1st gen 4runner. Those are the nicest seat I have ever sat it. You should make them work....

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For some reason I think there is just one bolt off between the first gen 4runner and the third gen pick up ? Could be wrong... I might be thinking of second gen.

I love my first gen seats so much I had them recovered. They're awesome now Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 7:29 am Reply with quote
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Those are OEM 1987 SR5 4runner seats. I got the truck from a guy that was going to put a supra turbo engine in it. Little old lady owned the truck before him. She bought it new and drove it till the 22RE blew.

IIRC, 4runner seats bolt directly to the floor. Pickups have a ledge that the seats bolt to on the front. Should be able to get a piece of 1x1 square tube and make a bracket.

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the front mount points are angled to bolt into that little "raised" area like my pickup, but the mount point on my truck is nowhere near as wide. I am wondering how to drill and bolt from the front when the back of the bolt is under carpet and the stock locations have welded nuts to bolt into. I could, of course, drill holes through the floorboard and mount the rear of the brackets that way.
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