Passengers Able to get in the back seats with reclining Bride Gias Bucket seats

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  1. v-specii

    v-specii Member

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    Hey guys,

    just got a quick question, a friend of mine wants to install Bride Gias Low Max bucket seats both sides, but concerned as its his daily and he often has to do school runs and other chauffeuring duties. Has anybody had any experience or any advice regarding this matter.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Liam.

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    What car is it? You cant expect much help without that ;)
     
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    Obviously a 2 door. S-chassis i'm guessing?
     
  4. wyn2k

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    If it is an S body I have them in my s15 and their fine, only problem he will find is there's literally no room under the low mount seat rails, so they won't be able to put their feet under, I can even get my rear mats under the rail lol.
     
  5. Liam.

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  6. RyanH

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    I've got a pair in my 15 but I'm not sure how you'd get people in the back!

    The seats don't tilt forwards to allow rear access (unless I've been missing something for the last 5 years! :wack: ). I've got them on Bride subframes too and they don't go forward enough to allow anyone to squeeze in the back. I guess the only way would be to climb through the middle - not very safe!
     

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