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Old 01-18-2004, 06:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok i got a 92 325 with seats thats are in TERRIBLE condition. they are manual. the thing is junkyards and all the seats fall into 3 catagories.

power seats/ really old maunual seats/m3 manual seats
and there problems are:
wont work/about to rip again/too expensive.

so i figured i get some oem recaro (since they make bmw seats in anycase) or momo or something of that sort. the only problem is how do i get it to use the seatbelt connector.

any suggestions, or other places to look for factory seats ?

also how do u think it will hurt my resale, i mean like if i were to get 6000 with bmw seats, how much would aftermarket/not nessisarlily leather cost me on resale ?

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Old 01-18-2004, 08:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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yeah thats a tough one, i honestly forgot, i helped a friend put in sparco milanos in and we had to relocate the seatbelts.
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Would you be using a harness or the facory system with it?
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well i may use a harness but i would still like to use the regular seatbelt/have it availible.
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