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Need seat options for 1989 Blazer

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by SC-Texas, Sep 12, 2006.

  1. SC-Texas

    SC-Texas Registered Member

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    The caption says it all.

    What is recommended?

    Who sells the seats?

    I tried the search function, but it turned up lots of gooblygoop.
     
  2. MattK

    MattK 1/2 ton status

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    corbeau makes some pretty sexy seats called baja. suspension seat means they'll take a beating and keep your body in ok shape. they aren't priced too bad either. my buddy priced a pair of em with all the necessary bracketry and sliders. w/ shippin it was like 650...not too shabby.

    both of us ended up hittin the yards for some even cheaper seats lol. he scored some nice leather ones out of a saab and i scored a pair of these out of some ford car.

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    i cant remember what he paid for his but i paid $70 for my pair, the driver seat being power.
     
  3. DEMON44

    DEMON44 Low-Tech Redneck

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    I got leather recaro buckets out of some older mustang for $100 for both canadian.

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    pin_it_to_win_it Registered Member

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    mastercraft has a seat called the baja R/S. it is a bucket style seat but it is reclinable and cabable of 5 point harnes. it looks like the corbau (or how ever u spell that word i know it pernouced corbow) baja. and if u are tryin to keep your rig lookin stock they come in 9 or 10 colors i think.
     
  5. SC-Texas

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    I am not worried about keeping it stock looking, but I want a comfortable seat for daily driving and hunting trips.

    So, the full bolstered racing seats are out.

    I also wanted something that would bolt in without too much drama.
     
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    The corbeau seats seem to fit what I am looking for.

    However, a good set of seats from an old blazer might work also.
     

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