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    For those with Cavalier buckets...

    how do I take the headrests off?? :confused:

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    You could try a hacksaw maybe??? any way you go your gonna have holes in the material at the top...my buddy couldnt find a way 2 get em out in his 96 so that's what he did...n put covers over em...lol
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    have you taken the seat apart yet? i do not have these seats, but usually headrests are held on with a clip or something along those lines. usually includes taking the fabric off and pulling the foam back. again, i don't have these seats and i am just guessing without being able to physically check 1 in front of me.
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    not sure what the seats look like but here are a few options to look at.

    the 2 prongs going into the seat should have an adjustment button that'll hold it in place when you move it. sometimes all you have to do is push that in and pull it up. other times you have to pull the cover off the seat itself and reach up underneath and get it all apart from in there, get the plastic sleeves and all that good stuff out of the way.

    if its the older style seat with the one bar down the middle all you need to do is shove a hacksaw down in either the front or back and it'll push the little button back that holds it in place and pull it up and out.
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    Originally posted by phatfarmer2
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    that works for me:D :smoker:
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    Thanks for the replies, I'm going to try what 88S10_Blazer posted.

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    I have buckets out of a 97 Sunfire. I cut the headrest off with a Sawzall and then poked the remainder of the post down with a screwdriver. I was able to slide the posts out of the back corner I think. Then I just started sewing across the holes until it was closed enough and didn't scrunch the fabric. It looks good.

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    well all i did to take out my head rests, was use a little muscle lol i just pulled them out with a little force :)

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    Originally posted by derek75
    well all i did to take out my head rests, was use a little muscle lol i just pulled them out with a little force :)
    Thanks, but I figured that out 5 months ago :roll:

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    you guys with the cavelier and sunfire seats do they bolt on without any mods because i have a 99 blazer and want to swap seats but with little or no mods

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    Originally posted by kwickez
    you guys with the cavelier and sunfire seats do they bolt on without any mods because i have a 99 blazer and want to swap seats but with little or no mods
    They bolt right up to the Blazers' stock seat rails.
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    What year sun fire and cavalier seats fit in there and will they swap right into a 1st gen blazer by swapping the seat rails?
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    Just about any, they bolt right up.


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