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post #181 of 186 (permalink) Old Aug 31st, 14, 5:15 PM
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Re: Bench to Bucket Conversion Diagram

I used the three (3) piece kit and the outboard rear hole as Mike mentioned. Worked great. Could have been a bit overkill, but I mounted the brackets to the rails and my bucket frames for the mock up to make sure everything was square to the car and to the adjacent seat. Worked great...


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Re: Bench to Bucket Conversion Diagram

I never heard of a three piece kit. How does that work? It should be a four piece kit, or a generic two piece kit.
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Re: Bench to Bucket Conversion Diagram

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I never heard of a three piece kit. How does that work? It should be a four piece kit, or a generic two piece kit.
Dan,

You are right… Total laps in memory. I was thinking the front mounting brackets were separate, but the inner piece was in-fact a single long strip that captured both ends of the rail.

They say memory is the second thing to go…


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Re: Bench to Bucket Conversion Diagram

The pictures are no longer visible. Can someone provide the measurements on where the seats go? Has anyone fabricated their own brackets or does everyone buy the ones that are sold by the vendors?

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Re: Bench to Bucket Conversion Diagram

http://www.72malibu.chambersohana.co...ts_install.pdf

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Re: Bench to Bucket Conversion Diagram

Thanks Dean. I didn't realize anyone was still using those links.

There is also a console installation pdf if anyone needs it.
http://www.72malibu.chambersohana.co...le_install.pdf

Here was the console and seat mock-up.



The mostly finished product from the maiden show a couple of years ago.



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