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Fitting rear seats in a defender 90

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by Green Defender, Feb 10, 2007.

  1. Green Defender

    Green Defender New Member

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    I have a bought a defender 90 hardtop with county pack, how would I go about fitting rear seats, if I buy them off ebay....do they just bolt in the folding single types or does the vehicle require drilling??

    Any help for a newbie owner be appreciated :D
     
  2. stig

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    If it has not had rear seats fitted before then yes it will require holes drilling. If the seats you are looking at are the inward facing ones you do not have to fit seatbelts (not a requirement for MOT)
     
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    Hi. I fitted two inward facing rear seats into the pick-up bit of my 110 double cab. I had to drill the holes, but it was'nt difficult. I got them from Paddock Spares on the web and they are perfect.
     
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  4. Green Defender

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    I only need 2 extra seats, preferably the single ones that fold up and face inwards...the landie is a 90 2005 model and still under warranty, me drilling holes won't affect this will it..?:eek: Thought there may of been some holes to fix or bolt straight too making it easier its the county but without the seats fitted in the rear already...
     
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    Hi, did you fit your rear seats in your 05 defender & did it affect the warranty?? I'm interested as am about to do the same to my 2010 hardtop:& lookin 4 any tips/advice.
     
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    Jeez Herring, you sure know how to muddy the water!! I'm not even sure if Green Defender is still an active member! You might can a quicker response if you start your own thread... Oh, and :welcome2:
     
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    Good to see you guys are well on the ball, that spam was only posted in 2007. Quick as a flash!!!
     
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    lol i didn't even see that bit :doh:
     
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