They do, but they don't! The left rear of the the front seat, for example, will have a large gap because the seat rails are different. You need to modify this to get them to fit correctly. The rear is a straight swap.
Originally Posted by Sundeep
Eh Yagz, suck my left teste mate I'll have boost for $1k, even if it is only 1 pound.
The easiest way to modify the front seats is to cut a piece of tube to fit (about 5 inches), then drill a new hole in the floor and use a long nut+bolt to secure it. Easy.
Can't say I agree with fordfanatic, I went on a road trip with a mate a few years back in an EL wagon, Perth to Albany to Esperance, then back up through Kalgoorlie. Can't remember the exact distance covered offhand, but it was well over 1 000 km. Those seats were some of the most comfortable I've been in. I currently have EF Fairmont seats in my EB and love them. Much better than the old EB ones!
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that "trick" with the long bolt is quite dodgy. if you got pulled up by any roadworthy authorities youd get dicked. the seat mount point is a structural point in the floor and to change it you need an engineers - at least in victoria.
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