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Old 04-10-2004, 18:25   #1 (permalink)
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EF seats into ED

I know this has been covered before, and my understanding was that the fronts seats are not interchangeable without modification of the seat rails. However, I have been told different and that EF seats should bolt up no worries in an ED because they were slightly different to the EB. I just need this confirmed before I jump the gun and grab some EF seats. So is it true? Or was I misinformed?

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Re: EF seats into ED

i think you have been misinformed. did a wrecker try and tell you this? they will say what you want to hear to get a sale. people have put ED XR seats into EB's so how can they be different?
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Old 04-10-2004, 19:42   #3 (permalink)
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Re: EF seats into ED

ef and el have a bracker welded over the original design floor pan. So I guess you could get a spot weld drill and get tat bracket out of a wrecked car and weld it in. Shouldnt be any problems then. Unsure if you can change the seat rails. It certinally would be easier that way. Talk to steven i think he's welding the bracket in to his car.

The ed's have the same floor pan as ea and eb anyway.
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Re: EF seats into ED

That's what I though fellas. I was just getting my hopes up =(
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Re: EF seats into ED

Why not just take the rails off the EB seats and put them on the EF ones?
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