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MrMemzi

Bucket Seat Subframes

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MrMemzi

Are these easily available off of the shelf for a 205? Anyone know where I can get them?

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allye

Do you have the seats already? Side or bottom mount?

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MrMemzi

I haven't got the seats. And im not sure what's the best way to go about it really. Could u help me Pleaseee :)

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welshpug

There's loads of bolt in ones on ebay but they are horrendously expensive and don't position the seat very low, they also rely on the original seat mountings which are known to crack and not be particularly strong.

 

Personally when fitting bucket seats I would prefer to use a welded in tube and side mount buckets, you can either make your own or buy kits like these.

 

http://www.rallydesign.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=15462

 

 

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MrMemzi

Welshpug. Thanks for that mate makes alot of sense.

 

Allye. Im too lazy to search old threads. Sooo thanks :)

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GSMPerformance

Hi,

 

 

There's plenty of frames for your car from most of the main manufacturers.

 

Here's a few links to the most popular ones:

We recommend trying to stick with the same seat and frame brand (i.e. Sparco Seat with Sparco Frames) to ensure that it will all line up.

 

If you have further questions about fitting equipment or frames we'll be happy to help.

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allye

Allye. Im too lazy to search old threads. Sooo thanks :)

 

See Welshpugs status, searching takes less time than posting up a new thread!

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Adamstanford
On 11/21/2013 at 11:45 AM, GSMPerformance said:

Hi,

 

 

There's plenty of frames for your car from most of the main manufacturers.

 

Here's a few links to the most popular ones:

We recommend trying to stick with the same seat and frame brand (i.e. Sparco Seat with Sparco Frames) to ensure that it will all line up.

 

If you have further questions about fitting equipment or frames we'll be happy to help.

How about fitting them and retaining the seat belt clasp? 

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