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Old 05-01-2011, 02:13 PM
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Installing these seats properly. EG & GSR?

I've recently bought s2000 seats for my 5th gen and am trying my hardest to not destroy my perfectly good stock seats for the pans and rails to install my em(can't have your cake and eat it too, I know I know). I've recently come across these for $25 a pop. Anyone know if Civic eg seats fit in a prelude? I've read the one rail from a Prelude and one rail from these would work but I can't find any install or DIY threads on the matter.(just using the EG seat rails and pads that is) Any input would be great


And while we are on the topic of seats fitting anyone know if GSR rears would fit in the back?


Thanks in advance!
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so wait someone stole ur stock wheels? lol. wtf kind of nieghborhood u live in bro lol. The cops suck balls. I'd file a complaint with ur city council. Robbed infront of a police station. Rediculuos

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Re: Installing these seats properly. EG & GSR?

i have s2000 seats in my fifth gen with eg seat pans ( sit super low in the car ) the prelude rails bold straight onto the eg pans . its a perfect combo as for the rear seats i seriously doubt there of any use to you .
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Re: Installing these seats properly. EG & GSR?

Hmm I was afraid someone might say that. I'm under the impression I'll need to use my prelude rails no matter what now. As for those rear seats I was just curious, I've got red leather s2000 seats and black cloth rears. Mismatch = annoying, at least black leather would be the same material lol.
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