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Old September 18th 2007, 18:15
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Scat Seats

I really like the black vinyl rally seats from scat, and they have a kit which comes with two seats, adaptor rails, rear seat cover, and door panels (front/rear). Is scat known for making a quality/comfy seat? Any info? Thanks
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I really like the black vinyl rally seats from scat, and they have a kit which comes with two seats, adaptor rails, rear seat cover, and door panels (front/rear). Is scat known for making a quality/comfy seat? Any info? Thanks

This is the seat I have. I love 'em.
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Thanks Oasis, Yah those are the ones I'm talking about, Glad to here some positive feedback about them. I really like them and the deal they have but I never here of anyone using scat seats.
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If you have a real wide bottom, they may be a tad narrow. If you are weight-conscious about the car, there are lighter options. For my purposes, I couldn't be more pleased. I'll see if I can dig up a picture of mine for you to see.

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I found a couple at a site I still frequent.

The first one shows the seats with the CSP shifter. I was told I was going to have interference in 2nd and 4th gears. That information was wrong. Even when my 5'2" daughter slides forward so a friend can have leg room in the back, I can attain 4th gear with no problems. Oh, and you can see the door card, too.

Oops. This was an older picture with the stock shifter after all. There was no interference with it either.

This one shows a little of the rear seat (which was reupholstered) and the speaker shelf. It also shows the missing window vents unfortunately.
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Looks sweet Oasis, Did the speaker sheft come with holes in it? or can you cut your own?

I'm about 5'8" and a 30" inch waist, so I don't think I'll have a problem fitting into these seats.
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You cut what you need for the speakers.
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