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Old 04-29-2014, 01:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pardon my newbee status, I am looking for options on replacing / reupholstering the seats in a 1995 Samurai Soft Top. The drivers side is a duct tape mess with a fabric cover, passenger side is not too bad, no rear seat (but I want one). Any suggestions on where to go for a fair price? Location Nashville TN.
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The most recommended seats are those from a 2dr Dodge Neon, but just about anything will work as long as the total width is 21" or less and has a flat mounting surface. Much cheaper than getting them re-upholstered and will probably be more comfortable. The downside is that there will be some fabrication.

Here are the links to 3 pick-a-part in the Nashville area.

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Nashville TN-Used auto parts without trudging through salvage yards - Pull-A-Part

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How about a rear bench, any ideas?
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late 80s 4runner rear seat works from what i have heard from friends. cause it sits between the wheel wells. not sure if its correct though.

i was thinking about putting bucket seats in the rear of our sammy. anyone ever done this before got some suggestions?
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Rear Sami seats pop up on ebay all the time. You could also put out a "Want to buy" on some of the other Sami-centric forums.

I found a set of rare split-bench rear seats by searching all the different craigslist sites. I really like them because I can just put one in if I only have 2 passengers, and have more cargo room.
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