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bay seats for a Splittys?

Discussion in 'Splitty Tech Clinic' started by cruzr944, Jun 5, 2014.

  1. cruzr944

    cruzr944 Active Member

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    Will late Bay seats fit
    Into a 1965 Splittys, I
    Realise the mounts are
    Different
    Glen
     
  2. Squidy

    Squidy Well-Known Member

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    Middle and rear yes
     
  3. evsky

    evsky Member

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    A rear from a dual cab will also work for the front of a split if you can find one. Iv put a bay rock and roller into my split its actually slightly narrow so has a bit of a gap at each end when fitted into a split.
     
  4. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Mounts are the same in the back two seats, the only difference is the tab on the very back back rest ( middle bottom ), there is no u shaped tab on the body of the bus
     
    Last edited: Jun 6, 2014
  5. cruzr944

    cruzr944 Active Member

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    Thanks heaps guys
     
  6. smithy658

    smithy658 Member

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    Hi guys there is a complete set of seats for sale on gumtree for $2999 full covered ( front midde and rear ) for a lowlight or bay dose anyone know what would be involved in making the front seats fit into my 66 split and if I need to get it engineered etc

    Thanks :)
     
  7. Aspro

    Aspro Well-Known Member

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    A bit of work and it is possible. Firstly you will need to weld in seat runners for the drivers seat. Passenger seat has no runners, just a tab on the bulkhead.
    Personally, I'd take my bus down there and try it out and get an idea of how difficult the mods will be.
     

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