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Where can I buy these brackets for my back seats? I can’t find repo ones anywhere!
 

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Or u can make some out of scrap steel.
 

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I'm with myfirstcar66 on this one. Scrap metal and a couple of pair of plyers.
 

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You could make some as suggested, or just take the ones there off and weld them to you new floorpan.
 

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Thanks guys...I think I’m just gonna pop these off and clean them up and re use them nothing rlly wrong with them!
 

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No issue with them. I used the old piece of the floor sections as a guide. Laid them in place and put a bead of weld on the front and back. After I was done I put both sections of my seat back in the car and verified they were in the correct position.


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No issue with them. I used the old piece of the floor sections as a guide. Laid them in place and put a bead of weld on the front and back. After I was done I put both sections of my seat back in the car and verified they were in the correct position.


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then that’s how I’ll do it appreciate it brian!
 
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