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want to change interior

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by tim_87, Mar 12, 2001.

  1. tim_87

    tim_87 1/2 ton status

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    i have a 87 k5 just wondering if anyone had any advice on what seat would be the best fit. i would be looking in wrecked trucks.

    musicman
     
  2. riz

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    <font color=purple> I think a few guys on here have used seats from a Tahoe ......... actually any seat can be used if you want to adapt it to fit.

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  3. Confederate9

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    yeah any will fit w/ an adaption
    but i have heard that suburban buckets, old blaers ones [of course] and chevy astro van buckets all will bolt in the same place.

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  4. RELUCTANT

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    '98 EXTENDED CAB chev. truck. almost a bolt in and even increases room to get into rear seat...slides forward further. found in a junkyard for $300.
     
  5. 90K5

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    I have the seats out of a '99 Tahoe. You will need to drill two holes in the base of the seat, NOT the floor. Soem idiot did that on mine, but I just fixed it a week ago, and the holes were getting oval shaped. You will take advantage of the factory backing plates if you do this, so it will still be strong. Good luck

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