|Cavalier seats installed.|
If you have stock bucket seats or a 60/40 (split) bench seat, you can use those seat tracks to put on your Cavalier seats. If you have a full bench seat, I believe you will have to go out and find some bucket or 60/40 seat tracks in order for this to work properly
You can get this style seat from any newer Chevy Cavalier or Pontiac Sunfire. They have various colors/prints available. Just go check out your local junkyard. Getting them from a 2-door is best because they have the tab in the back so you can tilt the seat forward so you can have access to behind the seats. Camaro seats also work for this swap.
Step 1: Remove the Seat Tracks from your Cavalier seats. There should only be four bolts one in each corner of the seat. These tracks are no longer needed so you can toss them away or do what ever you like with them.
|Removing the tracks from the stock s10 seats|
Step 3: Once you have your stock s10 tracks removed they will match perfectly to the bottom of your cavalier seats. Use the 4 bolts that originally held the cavalier tracks to the cavalier seats to bolt on your s10 seat tracks.
Step 4: Bolt the new Cavalier seat / s10 track combo back into your truck and enjoy the sweet smell of success. Now for people switching from a full bench seat keep reading as there is still a little more to do.
|Here you can see the two existing mounting spots on the passenger side.|
Step 6: Remove the seat and drill these holes out and weld bolts into each. Once they are welded into position, place the seat back on top and check that everything works and lines up. If everything is good secure the seat and repeat for the driver side.