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Has any1 put beretta gtz seats in their car? I was looking to maybe do it becuz my passenger seat is broke, but i seen i would have to do major modifications it looked like... can any1 give me some feedback on this...
 

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Has any1 done this tho, Cuz i knew they were mounted in the center, but i am not sure how i would mount it in the center or my car.... gen 2, phase1
 

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do a search!!!!!
someone just posted (with pics i might add) that he was the first person to put gtz seats in his zed.
im sure if you SEARCH you will have no problem finding it, and im sure he will help ya out (most people here are pretty good like that)
 

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yup that would be me, heres some pics

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List of things you'll need for swap:
Set of Berretta seats
two driver side seat tracks from cavalier
cutter/grinder
welder
safety goggles, earplugs

what i did was used the seat tracks from the cavalier seats, but heres the catch, to make it easier you need two driver side seat tracks because they are one whole unit not two seperate tracks like the passenger side. now you might be thinking that will mess things up but it wont, the bolt pattern is the same on both sides, just now your passenger will have the tilt feature! woo woo! lol, anyway just throw away the seat tracks from the beretta you wont need those at all. Now get out your hack saw or angle grinder with a cutting wheel on and chop off the piece that the berreta seat tracks bolted on to, make sure you cut close to the pipe it crosses over/under (memorys kinda foggy) now its time to weld on your cavalier seat tracks, make sure you cover your seats with something so they dont catch fire and have a cup of water handy just in case. now align the seat tracks so they look square and even and weld them on there. now if everything went well bolt them in your car. if you need any more help just PM me and i'll be happy to guide you through. later, kev
 
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