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well, for the BEST fit, you could get a set of factory buckets out of a 73-87 (77-87 for high back buckets but after '84 they are rarer than a sober Lindsay Lohan) and just have them reupholstered. or just use the tracks and make about anything fit. or if you are good at fabrication you can make about anything fit. another set of buckets that look good in our trucks are the 88-94 hi-back buckets. i plan on running some of those when i redo my interior...good luck...
So i have an 83 c10 and ive been meaning to get rid of the bench seat, not that i hate it, but i would like some buckets and a center consoul for my stereo. i baight corbeau (spelling) seats at a swap meed because they were 2 new in box seats for $250, and i tryed mounting them up today and hated everything about race seats in a small cab, no leg room, and no adjusting recline, so i wanna know what you guys are doing for buckets, out of what car, and how much you payedthanksdan
forgot to update, haha, i picked up a set of buckets out of an izuzu trooper, the driver one is fully adjustable, even hight! so i put those in with some covers, and since i am running a square kicker l5 subwoofer, found the box fit perfectly in between the seats and is an awsome center consoul as well
I didn't have one in my 77 and the 87 had a bench, but my 78 has the 91 burban console. I like it because the styling matches up with the doors, dash, etc, and also the lock matches the one on the glove box.Here's the console in the 78 out of the 91 burb the seats even have the swing down arm rests on both sides