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blazer rear seat and burb 3rd row same?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mini_mull, Jan 12, 2006.

  1. mini_mull

    mini_mull 1/2 ton status

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    I always assumed they were different, but I read this in a post in the lounge and was wondering:

    Are 3rd row benches in burbs the same as blazers back seat for these years only (73-78), or also for additional years? If they were first the same, but are now different, what changed? Can they still be used despite changes?

    This could make it a lot easier for me to find a blue third row seat with the right seat belts for my burb.
     
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    Main thing is the how they mount to the floor. I believe IIRC the earlier years are bolted to the floor where as the newer ones used to flip and tumble feature(if that is what you want to call it).

    But those same features will interchange from blazer to burb.
     
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    Sweet. Muddytazz, I should have just PM'ed ya to ask. I think you've answered almost every question I've ever had about burbs. :bow: :bow:
    I guess this way though everyone gets to know the answer not just me.

    Another question while I'm at it, did all burbs and blazers from 89-91 have shoulder belts on the outsides in the back, or only some years, or was that just an option?
     
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    the shoulder belt in the back was an option, but a popular option
     

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