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Old 09-27-2010, 01:40 PM   #1
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Ok, well my factory front seats weigh pretty damn close to 100lbs a pop (12 way power/heated/leather) and I don't like the seating positions they offer (too high, don't recline far at all, hard to see the gauges through the wheel). So, I've been wanting to replace them with some sport lightweight seats. My dilemma? The GMT-800 chassis includes the belt system completely contained into the seats so no seat= no belt and worse no belt mounting points So I'm wondering if anyone know's any shops the could weld something up for me so I can ask them about a price? I want it to look decent, I'm no stickler for looks but I don't want it to look like garbage either. Would prefer a retractable 3 point setup similar to factory but would settle for a 5 point if it was that much easier/cheaper.


Anyone have any ideas for me? Thanks
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