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10-17-2012 12:11 PM
rambleon84
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Originally Posted by jetpartuk View Post
thats made things easyer then if i can use seats up to 2007 model
That US, not sure what fits on Euro focus... Some one here probably knows.


We had mk1 from 00-07 (well mk1.5 for 05-07)
10-17-2012 10:54 AM
jetpartuk thats made things easyer then if i can use seats up to 2007 model
10-17-2012 10:52 AM
rambleon84 Well here in the states any 00-07 focus seats are interchangeable and most people agreeing that the seats from the SVT are more comfortable than the stock seats, especially the Recaros.

So, see what you can find in a junk yard/locally. I'd probably guess the seats from an ST170 would be a nice step up. I'm not familiar with all of the UK mk1 trim levels to know if any other models had better seats. Seats can be pricey though, just depends on where you find them. You can always look at after market seats and fit them to your car as well.
10-17-2012 09:53 AM
jetpartuk
new be looking for some advice

hi all im new to the fourm

iv got a mk1 focus 1.8 zetec

my problem is i want to change the seats as it feels like your sat on them as aposed to being in them my question is what can i change them for that wont cost me a fortune hope this makes sence

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