easy to fit??

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iowcamper
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easy to fit??

Post by iowcamper »

seen these rear seats from a t4 for sale locally, how difficult would it be to adapt them for use in the front of a t25 if possible at all?? will the runners on the bottom of the t25 seats go onto these seats??
has anyone attempted similar before?
they look like nice seats for the money and ive been thinking of swapping my front seats

iowcamper
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sorry forgot to add in a picture!!!

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jason k
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in reply, easy to fit? i doubt it!!

totally different seats. you may get em in if your handy with a welder, but theres no way they will simply bolt up to the wedge runners.

whats going on with the seatbelts too?
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Re: easy to fit??

Post by DrHfuhruhurr »

I'm sure I've seen that sort of seatbelt arrangement in a Transit minibus's middle seats; the seat, seat base/mount, and belt are one. I guess it means the whole system is modular so when you take the seat out, the belt comes with it. Could be the same(ish) here.
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