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Seat swap with a headrest

Txhansen

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Checking to see if anyone has recommendations on aftermarket or swap options for front seats with a headrest. While I presume anything is possible with enough time and money I’m looking for something that isn’t too hard. Seems second row buckets from a Tahoe or suburban may be a decent option as they would tilt but curious what people have actually done.
 

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I used front seats out of an 02 Chevy Silverado. I did it for the shoulder belts, but they do have headrests.
 

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I put 2nd row seats from a 2008 Tahoe in mine since they tilt and fold. sorry this is the best pic that I have at the moment. also I used the 3rd row seats for my second row.

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2000ish Tahoe fronts and a 3rd row folder for the rear. Both have belts.
 

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I put 2nd row seats from a 2008 Tahoe in mine since they tilt and fold. sorry this is the best pic that I have at the moment. also I used the 3rd row seats for my second row.

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Came across this thread while researching seats. I found a NEW set of Tahoe 2nd row seats and back seat I want to get. Can you post a photo of how your are mounted to the floor (front and back mounts)
 

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The fold and tumble is a sweet option with those but keep in mind they don’t slide back and forth.
 

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Yes and no they don't slide from factory your correct gentleman jimmy but I put some universal sliding brackets underneath the seats to fix that issue. Mostly for when my 5ft wife wants to driver she can.
 

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Mid to late 90's Silverado or Suburban seats bolt in easily enough using factory frame with a plate to level the mounting area. ( The plate reinforces a cracked floor pan also). I found a couple sets with power seats pretty cheap. These seats are comfortable, and they slide and tilt forward enough for back seat access.
 

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Came across this thread while researching seats. I found a NEW set of Tahoe 2nd row seats and back seat I want to get. Can you post a photo of how your are mounted to the floor (front and back mounts)
Bolts and studs. Nothing hard at all. Just put them where I wanted and drilled some holes.
 
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