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Old 12-18-2011, 09:31 AM   #1
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I have a 86 coupe and wanted to know what other year of mustangs can I use the front seats and rear seats to fit my 86 for a direct bolt on? Also the double hump trans. Crossmember is the automatic and manual transmission crossmembers the same? Plz help thank you
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I have a 86 coupe and wanted to know what other year of mustangs can I use the front seats and rear seats to fit my 86 for a direct bolt on? Also the double hump trans. Crossmember is the automatic and manual transmission crossmembers the same? Plz help thank you
I think all the fox seats will work in all the fox stangs but i am not positive. The xmembers are almost the same. One is mounted a little forward in the car than the other.
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Old 12-19-2011, 06:09 PM   #3
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The seats from any fox body will work. Rear seats need to be from same body style (coupe, vert, hatch). The trans cross member is same for auto and manual.
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I'm still a little confuse since I got 2 diferent answers for the crossmember
Also can I put newer mustang seats from like the 94 and over mustang for a direct bolt on? Also are the coupe and vert back seats the same?
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I'm still a little confuse since I got 2 diferent answers for the crossmember
Also can I put newer mustang seats from like the 94 and over mustang for a direct bolt on? Also are the coupe and vert back seats the same?
The crossmember is the same between auto and manual. The sn95 front seats will bolt in just fine, not sure about backseats though.
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I'm still a little confuse since I got 2 diferent answers for the crossmember
Also can I put newer mustang seats from like the 94 and over mustang for a direct bolt on? Also are the coupe and vert back seats the same?
The front seats from a 94-04 will work hay keep in mind that they are a little wider than fox body seats. Rear seats from 94-04 will jot work without modifications. Coupe and vert rear seats are slightly different.
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Thank you for responding I'm concidering puting in newer year mustang seats and I don't wanna drill holes and stuff just wanna bolt on and use lol thanx
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Thank you for responding I'm concidering puting in newer year mustang seats and I don't wanna drill holes and stuff just wanna bolt on and use lol thanx
No prob. The fronts will bolt in just fine. It's just the paddig and stiff that will make for a tight fit. Out of luck on the rears though. Completely different design.
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