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Old 17 Nov 2008, 03:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question My first job and already need help!!

Hi all, have picked up my 98 classic wrx JDM, and WOW!!! Really impressed with the acceleration!!!

Was wondering if I was to change the front and back seats to a newer model would it much hassle??? Dont know if u guys will know this but seems like the right place to ask...any advice, comments will be appriciated!!
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have picked up my 98 classic wrx JDM
Hi & Congrats.


Rear seats from a newer model 2001-2007 Impreza will not fit the 1993-2000 Impreza.

Newer model front seats will fit if you have the runners that go with them.
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Found this info:


Link. MOD: '02/'03 WRX Seats slightly modded to perfectly fit in a GC RS - ScoobyMods
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Thanks again pete!!
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