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  • gvaldez92
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    Ok so you guys didnt like the first one i put what about these some other options ive seen better though.









    just some different styles of back racing or bucket seats i still like the idea if done proper.

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  • CB7swpd
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    thanks a lot for all the replies, the re-wraping of the back seat naver came to mind. i really like the idea of it though and it seems like it would be cheaper than buying 2 more seats.

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  • Justin123560
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    Those back seats covered in bride looks tooo sick. It looks like it cost a lot too. That interior is clean too. I wish mine was like that.

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  • sn000t
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    Originally posted by gvaldez92 View Post
    If you do something like this its cool. Ive seen different setups and I like it if its done right.

    ^^^^ im not even going to ask what this is... looks like booster seats for 3 year olds and i cant even tell if thats chrome plastic or metal door panel trim..... either way its hideous imo

    very interesting topic, love the rewrapped back seat!

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  • Prius
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    They look like baby seats IMO when placed in the back. not very appealing. the fabric wrap is soo much better, ive seen that on an AE86 before. it looks even better on a coupe.

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  • gvaldez92
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    If you do something like this its cool. Ive seen different setups and I like it if its done right.

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  • Tx_CB7
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    I was originally going to do this but after some research i decided it would be to much trouble to deal with, instead i looked at switching back seats with a CL

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  • PCB7P
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    Originally posted by aww_shiet View Post
    I would agree. Have them wrapped would take some custom work, but they would look better.

    For instance:
    Woah! Any idea how much this cost to do?

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  • deevergote
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    Omar, is that your car, or is that Joey's?

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  • SPLCB7
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    Originally posted by aww_shiet View Post
    I would agree. Have them wrapped would take some custom work, but they would look better.

    For instance:
    Thats sexy.....i want it!!!!lol...

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  • aww_shiet
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    Originally posted by deevergote View Post
    You'd be better off getting quality racing seats (installed correctly, with a harness and a harness bar in place), and then have your back seat wrapped in matching fabric. It would look 100x better than 4 racing seats. Plus, the back seat is REALLY light... racing seats with brackets would most likely ADD weight to the car.
    I would agree. Have them wrapped would take some custom work, but they would look better.

    For instance:

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  • deevergote
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    Yeah, ANYTHING is doable... but not always safe and practical!

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  • PCB7P
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    Very true, I didn't take that into consideration, but it is still doable. Not practical, but doable. I personally would do what you suggested which was to get the racing seats for the driver and passenger, and just reupholster the back seats with matching material. Smart and probably even cheaper and better for the car!

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  • deevergote
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    It would take custom work, and it would probably be very unsafe (the seats would sit very high, presenting a serious risk of head/neck injury in an accident... plus there is no proper place to secure a seatbelt.)

    I've seen it done. It looks extremely stupid.

    You'd be better off getting quality racing seats (installed correctly, with a harness and a harness bar in place), and then have your back seat wrapped in matching fabric. It would look 100x better than 4 racing seats. Plus, the back seat is REALLY light... racing seats with brackets would most likely ADD weight to the car.

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  • PCB7P
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    I can't quite remember where i read this, but it was definitely on this forum somewhere. If you look around the performance and interior section if my memory serves me right, what I remember reading was that if you put the same racing seats that belong in the front driver and passenger area into the back seat area, it might seem higher then usual, but it should fit fine. It will just sit a bit higher since where the bench usually lies, you'll have railing plus the seat plus the headrest. Again, don't trust my word on this, i read about this a little while ago, if you look in the interior section of the forums im sure you'll find something. Good luck man!

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