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So I want to add some new bucket seats into my 1984 s10, but before I do that I want to know what I’ll be getting myself into. Does anyone know how hard it’ll be to Install buckets seats?? Any information or tips will help.
 

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Do you already have buckets in it? If so you can swap your tracks to any year S10 bucket and it will fit, cavalier/sunfire seats are another popular option. If you have a bench you have to drill holes for the innermost bolts, you can do a search here it’s been discussed a thousand times.
 

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Yeah I literally just got a pair of ebay bucket / racing style seats. 91 S10 bench seat originally. Had to drill some holes in my floor, I used wood blocks as spacers. Wasn't too hard tbh. Before pic and after pic. I don't have pics of the install, but tomorrow morning I can take some pics of what I did.
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Wood blocks???
 

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To match the console.
Is that the battery ratchet strapped behind the seats?
Like he says, you'll need to drill the inner holes. But if you use
S10 tracks you won't need the blocks. A number of GM seats will bolt to those tracks. Just as many won't.
The Holy Grail would be heated leather 2003 2 door Blazer seats.
I've never actually seen a set.
 

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Everybody knows this is how you mount seats:

 
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