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Old 03-02-2005, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default Using stock 94 Integra seat brackets, rails, and sliders for Bride seats?

I have searched and found only 1 similar post. I found a set of Bride replica seats online and was wondering if anyone had a write-up of using stock 94-01 Integra seat bracket, rails, and sliders to mount them. I am trying to spend the least amount of money possible.

Any tips will be appreciated.

I didn't really know where to post this question, but I figured this was a good place to start.
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Old 03-02-2005, 12:35 PM   #2
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Old 03-03-2005, 09:15 PM   #3
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anybody done this?
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Default Re: Using stock 94 Integra seat brackets, rails, and sliders for Bride seats? (8point6)

i dont think its possible w/ usdm seat brackets. Try finding some JDM brackets used for the Recaro's those would work w/ some modification
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Old 03-19-2005, 09:26 PM   #5
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ah, thank you.
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Default Re: Using stock 94 Integra seat brackets, rails, and sliders for Bride seats? (8point6)

I would like to know this also.

I just got some bride brix 2. The stock rails and sliders will fit, but the holes on the frame is 1" wider than the mounting points on the seats. I was thinking getting some steel/alumninum/or metal bar and do custom sliders. Any sugestion?
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Default Re: Using stock 94 Integra seat brackets, rails, and sliders for Bride seats? (8point6)

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thanks
I went to home depot today and found some stuff I can make a custom bracket off. I'll post some pictures after Im' done.
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Default Re: Using stock 94 Integra seat brackets, rails, and sliders for Bride seats? (xaznxboixgsrx)

Would a Sparco seat rail fit a Bride seat?
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Would a Sparco seat rail fit a Bride seat?
I still need to know for sure.
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Default Re: Using stock 94 Integra seat brackets, rails, and sliders for Bride seats? (8point6)

http://www.itr-dc2.com/forum/a...d=367

Check there for how i fitted recaros to my SiR sliders, you could use same idea for yours.
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Default Re: Using stock 94 Integra seat brackets, rails, and sliders for Bride seats? (JonnyCoupe)

Thanks, but the I only found some not-very-detailed-pics.
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