i just finished my cavi seat swap a little bit after thanksgiving and if i can remember right i dont think that you can just drill four holes because i layed em in with the racks still on and it didnt sit level because the floor boards are diffrent in the s10 and the cavi, the rack change isnt to hard i did the whole swap my self and from takin the s10 seats out and bolting the cavi ones in took me about 2 days work, and i had school so it shouldnt take to long if u try hard
Not all S10 seats have the belts attached to them. I got my female belt ends from a late '90's second gen extended cab and they bolt directly to the floor.
The Chevrolet S10 Racing Seats and similar GMC S15 and Sonoma was a compact pickup truck from the Chevrolet of General Motors. When first introduced in 82, the GMC version was known as the S15. A high-performance version was the GMC Syclone. The truck was also sold by Isuzu as the Hombre from 1996 through 2000. There was also an SUV version, the Chevrolet S10 Racing Seats Blazer / GMC S15 Jimmy. Together, these trucks are often referred to as the S series.
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