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12-09-2012, 11:10 PM #1
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All Burbs Have Seat Brackets for 3 Row?
Looking to jump into the Suburban world (again). Do all 92-99 Burbs have seat brackets for the 3rd row seat - even if the vehicle originally didn't come with them? I.e. is it easy to add in a 3rd seat?
I'm looking at (online) a bare bones '99 Suburban and from what I can see looks like only two rows of seats in it. Just want to know if it is worth the trip to look at it in person because I really want, and need, that third seat. Thanks so much .. TT
12-09-2012, 11:45 PM #2
I believe that you have to add the brackets. The holes are already in the floor pan. You need to bolt the brackets into them. In some cases you may need to tap the holes. Here is a set of brackets. http://www.theseatshop.com/third-row-seat-brackets.html . If you google it you will find videos of how to do the install.
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