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MG ZR Seats

ham2402
26-04-09, 11:01
Hello all

Back for sale as the buyer backed out.

Here i've got for sale a pair of MG ZR seats.

They came out of a 2003 car with 55,000 miles on the clock.

No belt receivers, so your need to transplant your T4 ones.

Bottom brackets have already been removed, so mounting made easier.

Good condition, only slight flaw is the wear in picture 3.

Also included is the rear seat fabric incase you want to use it to cover your glovebox etc.

Never got round to fitting them and now i need 3 seats up front.

I asking what i paid for them 90

or make me an offer.

https://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/picture.php?albumid=611&pictureid=3215
https://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/picture.php?albumid=611&pictureid=3216
https://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/picture.php?albumid=611&pictureid=3217
https://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/picture.php?albumid=611&pictureid=3218
https://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/picture.php?albumid=611&pictureid=3219

cheers

Grahame

Village
27-04-09, 10:31
Can I have first dibs on these please? I'll have to check with Mrs Village (blue seats in otherwise orange interior?), and I'm waiting for a response on a set of Alfa seats, but the early bird catches the worm and all that.

Cheers
Pete

nickrhymes
27-04-09, 15:06
Hello. Might well be interested in these.

Do you know how easy it would be to fit these in a 1999 T4?

Also, where are you as would need to figure out if I could collect.

Thanks.

Nick...

ham2402
27-04-09, 19:02
Hi Nick

I'm in Southampton.

Theres a thread on here somewhere where some other members have done it.
I think it's just a case of putting a couple pieces of steel bar on the t4 bases and drilling new fitting holes as the mg seats are a little wider.

cheers

Grahame

nickrhymes
28-04-09, 13:23
Thanks for the reply.

Sounds a bit more work than I want to be doing at the moment and so will bow out of this one.

Thanks again.

Nick...

ham2402
30-04-09, 17:06
Bump......

GandT
30-04-09, 23:56
Hi Nick

I'm in Southampton.

Theres a thread on here somewhere where some other members have done it.
I think it's just a case of putting a couple pieces of steel bar on the t4 bases and drilling new fitting holes as the mg seats are a little wider.

cheers

Grahame

it was me, angled steel welded along each side level with top of base, base needs about inch n a quarter each side to allow the rover rails to fit snug, easy as chips, and look good, mine are the 4 door model and dont tilt forward with harder backs, cool feeling when driveing, also drivers seat can rise for short legged people.

http://i276.photobucket.com/albums/kk12/GandT_photos/van/DSCN0383.jpg

http://i276.photobucket.com/albums/kk12/GandT_photos/van/DSCN0382.jpg

http://i276.photobucket.com/albums/kk12/GandT_photos/van/DSCN0381.jpg

and if you use the double seat base its 125mm you have to chop out the middle to match the bolt holes to the floor, good luck..T:

ham2402
07-05-09, 18:34
bump......

BMF
07-05-09, 21:02
What adjustment do they have? Height/tilt/lumbar etc??

Where abouts are you?

ham2402
07-05-09, 21:11
Hi BMF

I'm in Southampton.

They've got Height, lumber and tilt adjustment.

cheers

Grahame

nickrhymes
08-05-09, 14:43
Hello.

Have had an investigate about fitting these and think I can do it - so if you'll accept 80 for them I'll take them.

Should be able to pick up one evening next week (am in Oxford), and can either pay full amount or deposit via PayPal now.

Thanks.

Nick...

ham2402
08-05-09, 15:50
SOLD

Pending collection.