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I have heard alot people complain about the seat buns from OPG, But i have no choice my buckets that I bought are shot. What do I do? Anyone have any feedback, let me know what you guys have done. All I can use from these seats is the frame. Help
 

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I have no problem with my seat buns I recovered my buckets and used aftermarket seat buns and they are great. I am 6 feet tall and I don't hit the headliner when I sit in my 69 Chevelle
 

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I'm pretty sure my seat buns came from OPG. I have no complaints from mine. At the time I purchased mine I don't believe I had much choice. I hear some need to be trimmed.



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Got mine from our sponsor, Ground Up, and they were perfect from the first day.

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"SSuper Dave" Palmer
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1968 Chevelle soon to be a 427!
1988 Trans Am
1970 El Camino, Vortec engine starts and runs, drove it down the block the other day, bodywork is continuing.
 

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9.5 times out of 10 it is not the seat buns but the NEW springs that are installed. The buns I put in were American Cushion from Ausleys worked great. Now the springs are a different story. The spring sets are way to stiff. I'm 5'10 and can't wear a ballcap in my car. But I put the new springs & buns in mine.



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