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This is a discussion on replace em or cover em within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; the WRX im thinking of getting has a pretty worn out front drivers seat and i was wonderin if I ...

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    replace em or cover em

    the WRX im thinking of getting has a pretty worn out front drivers seat and i was wonderin if I should get a leather interior or just some racing seats. Anyone know anything about seats that are about 500.00 for a set?

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    ATD (attention to detail) a clubwrx.net vendor, has leather kits that normally If i recall correctly sell in the area of $500
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    As sweet as leather looks, the first hard left you take you'll be in the passenger's seat...

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    i know about the leather already. i asked if anyone knew about seats (racing seats) that are around 500.00 for the pair.

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    Each seat for only $250?
    If you find something decent for that price, please let me know too, but it sounds unlikely.

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    The ones I see are $500-600 each unless you want crap "universal seats" which I dont' know if you need to replace the rails for.

    However in a quick search I turned up Momo T2000 and RS2 model seats for $200-300 each.

    universal seat example

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    iv been looking at the DAD racing seats. They are very similar to the sti seats since the middle of the seat is that light blue color and the sides are black suade.

    Heres the link to them:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=2461860184

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    Spend a bit more and get some JDM STi seats.
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    a bit? lol. on ebay i saw JDM STI seats for somthing like 1,300.

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    In the vendor forum, someone was selling a pair for $900, I think.
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    see if subaruparts.com has any... you can email a request... i wouldnt change my wrx seats for the world.
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    Originally posted by 04blkWRX
    As sweet as leather looks, the first hard left you take you'll be in the passenger's seat...
    Do you wear your seat belt? At least in mine i don't slide, but the people in the back seat do.
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