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What seats work in the Fiero, besides stock? (yes I searched) by jimbolaya
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First of all let me say that I have done a search. I am just asking this question now just to see if there is an option out there I am missing. So here goes. What seats work in the Fiero, besides stock? I am not necessarily talking about direct fit. I realize that transfer of the Fiero rails is necessary. Here is what I found through search. I have omitted the years of the models that will work.

-21" seems to be the magic width, but didn't find a number on height. Nothing a tape measure won't solve.

-Cavalier seats
-Tiburon seats
-Firebird/TA/Camaro seats
-Corvette seats

What else is there, experts?

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I have always found Fiero seats to be very comfortable and good looking. Why would you want to change them?

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I would love to see SRT4 Neon seats or EVO seats. I love riding in my friends cars. Their seats are comfortable and hold you into the seat better than any other seat I have sit in. If you go corvette get 79 or up.
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Stock height from floor to top of headrest is 34" if that helps.

Are you looking for a factory style seat from another car or aftermarket racing seat style?

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Early model Corvette seats seem to fit and look VERY nice:

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I have always found Fiero seats to be very comfortable and good looking. Why would you want to change them?



Because my sons are roached, and the stock ones, in good condition, are not in abundance.

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Originally posted by IMSA GT:

Stock height from floor to top of headrest is 34" if that helps.

Are you looking for a factory style seat from another car or aftermarket racing seat style?



Not looking for anything in particular, just a good value. I want to know all my options when I head to the yard on Tuesday. Pick n Pull is giving 50% off to their tool kit rewards members on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. I'm a member.

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Not looking for anything in particular, just a good value. I want to know all my options when I head to the yard on Tuesday. Pick n Pull is giving 50% off to their tool kit rewards members on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. I'm a member.

Jim



Then your main concern in addition to the seat width (so you can use your parking brake) is the width of the shoulder bolsters if you buy seats from one of the racing series cars (GT, SRT, RX) The wider shoulder supports that flare outwards to look like racing seats extend in front of your center console door, block it and render it useless.
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I've been using '90s Firebird & Camaro seats, they just about bolt in. But I install Speakers in them !
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JCzzle had posted a while back that he found a set of leather Tiburon seats that fit well between the door and console. They were slightly higher and required a slight modification for the seat rails,

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/089603.html
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The C4 seats fit fairly well and are comfortable.

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I think the sunfire seats fit. Some have lumbar support.

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Report this Post07-03-2013 08:22 PM Click Here to See the Profile for jimbolayaClick Here to Email jimbolayaSend a Private Message to jimbolayaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
So here are the seats we got at the junkyard. Cavalier seats. What's funny, is the best looking seats, came out of the worst looking car. You should have seen it, it was nasty.



Does anyone else have these seats? The only issue we have is the seat belt loop at the top. It sticks out far enough to hit the b pillar. What was your solution, or did you just deal with it?

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If you don't mind a little fussing to make them work, C5 Corvette seats are awesome. They hug you so much better than stock seats, looks awesome, fit the car well, have a flip forward feature to access behind the seat, and you have half a chance of finding ones in good condition.

Be warned, the how to thread on the forums doesn't really work at all. If you want to know how to install them in a way that actually works, and is comfortable, PM me, and I can get some photos and info. I've been meaning to do a better how to thread for a while.
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Originally posted by jimbolaya:

So here are the seats we got at the junkyard. Cavalier seats. What's funny, is the best looking seats, came out of the worst looking car. You should have seen it, it was nasty.



Does anyone else have these seats? The only issue we have is the seat belt loop at the top. It sticks out far enough to hit the b pillar. What was your solution, or did you just deal with it?

Jim


The Cavalier seats look great...Now just fix that center console door and you will be set..
If the seat belt loop hits just delete it..

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Originally posted by fierogtlt1:


The Cavalier seats look great...Now just fix that center console door and you will be set..
If the seat belt loop hits just delete it..




It is on my sons to do list. He's only had the car a month.

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How tall is your son? I've looked at other seats and being 6'4" there isn't much room for the seating surface to be higher. Just something to keep in mind. There are great seats out there if you aren't tall.

Side question - I recall being told the 84 seats sit higher than 85+. Is this true? I've never really compared.
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Sparco Sprint/Speed seats fit and you can use your stock rails with only a few holes drilled.
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Originally posted by TK:

How tall is your son? I've looked at other seats and being 6'4" there isn't much room for the seating surface to be higher. Just something to keep in mind. There are great seats out there if you aren't tall.

Side question - I recall being told the 84 seats sit higher than 85+. Is this true? I've never really compared.


He's about 5'10", but, as I already mentioned, we have found seats already. Just trying to figure out what to do with the seat belt loop at the head rest. It hit's the B pillar.

Jim

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Can't you delete the seat belt loop?
Will the headrest lift off so you can just take it off?
Or just cut it off.
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Originally posted by fierogtlt1:

Can't you delete the seat belt loop?
Will the headrest lift off so you can just take it off?
Or just cut it off.


I haven't tried to remove it yet. I did take a gander at it, and I do not see a release button, and it did not give way with a polite tug. It will probably give way if i get a little rough with it. I just want to confirm that before I attack it.

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Well this started to nag at me so I just went out and looked at it. Beneath the fabric, at each mast, of the headrest, is a plastic support. There is a metal C-Clip that goes through this plastic support, and around each mast. Similar to the metal clip that holds the shift knob on automatic shift handles. This clip holds the headrest in. Pop the clip out and the head rest comes off. Then there are these circular clips that hold the seat belt loop on. Pry those off and the seat belt loop comes off. Then re-insert the C-Clip back into the plastic support. (before re-inserting the mast, as after, will make it more difficult) Final step is to pop the headrest back into place and you're done. Took about 20 minutes, minus the looking at it for 10 minutes prior, trying to figure out how it works. Hope this helps someone else.

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I'm glad that worked for you.
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Did those bolt in? did you drill or change tracks or anything along those lines.

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Did those bolt in? did you drill or change tracks or anything along those lines.



You just swap the Fiero tracks onto the Cavalier seats. They are a direct fit.

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Are you still able to engage the parking brake?
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Originally posted by jimbolaya:


Because my sons are roached, and the stock ones, in good condition, are not in abundance.

Jim


Yep this, and no one seems to make fabric re-covers, only leather (mr Mikes) or vinyl (China).
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Are you still able to engage the parking brake?


Yes, no issue.

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Great job on the seats.They look really nice in there.
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I installed Trans Am cloth seats in my 88.

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I saw two sets of the same Cavalier seats at the salvage yard today. One set on a coupe, one in a sedan. FYI the ones in the sedan have no loops. May save some time..

 
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You just swap the Fiero tracks onto the Cavalier seats. They are a direct fit.

Jim

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i know i'm a little behind the times, but what year were those cavalier seats out of?

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Since people have transplanted F-Body seats into S10s as well as Fieros, it's a pretty safe bet that S10 seats will transplant into a Fiero, too.
The 1st gen S10 buckets are even shaped similarly to Fiero seats.
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i put the trans am seat in my fiero completely bolt in and go no fuss.
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I had an F308 rebody that had Camero seats,looked pretty good, and were comfortable.



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Jim, did you find a solution to the seat belt hoop yet?

You should be able to remove the head rests and then remove the hoop, and re-install the head rests.
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What seems to be the "Going Rate" for later model Corvette seats ? (if I can find a set) Can they be Had for what it costs to have a set of seats re-upholstered ?
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What seems to be the "Going Rate" for later model Corvette seats ? (if I can find a set) Can they be Had for what it costs to have a set of seats re-upholstered ?


When I last looked at C5/C6 seats they were in the $500-1500 range depending on condition and model.
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I think I paid $250 for what I'd call driver quality C5 seats, with lumbar and power tracks.
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Here is what I can show you.
I have the SRT4 seats. I have installed just the drivers so far.



Even though I have then sitting as low as I can get them, they still sit too high for my liking. I would stick to the Stock seats.
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