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Unread 09-10-2012, 11:34 AM   #1
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Older XJ seats into a 98

At the local junk yard is a set of gray leather seats from a 95 Country/Limited.

I may be picking up a 98 XJ soon, and I was wondering if the seats in the 95 would be able to bolt into the 98? I don't need the brackets, but the cushions themselves.

The 95 seats are power forward and back but the recline is manual, which led me to believe I could use them

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Unread 09-10-2012, 03:31 PM   #2
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At the local junk yard is a set of gray leather seats from a 95 Country/Limited.

I may be picking up a 98 XJ soon, and I was wondering if the seats in the 95 would be able to bolt into the 98? I don't need the brackets, but the cushions themselves.

The 95 seats are power forward and back but the recline is manual, which led me to believe I could use them
The brackets aren't a direct swap but you can unbolt them from the brackets and bolt them onto yours.
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