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    i will be fitting sri interior at weekend and want the 3rd headrest,as i will prob' be skipping the old interior are there any bits i can use such as the sleeves that retain the other headrests are they the same? any other bits i should save b4 binning the old one? think i will save int' door pulls to poss' wrap then fit.

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    interested in dooing 3rd head rest in my face lift sri, looks crap not having the 3rd.

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    There is a how 2 for doing it

    You can save the old sleeves if you are fitting the same headrest. If you are fitting a different one then you need different sleeves, check my how 2
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    Piece of cake took me all of 5 mins just unclip the rear seat cover at the top middle and pull it back. Ul then see two Blanks rip them out use somthing sharp to cut into the seat covers at the holes slot in the headrest clips and fit headrest
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    when i said stems i meant the plastic bit that goes into the seat not the chrome bit,is there anything worth saving from the origional interior.clips,handles or anything for future mods?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrk
    when i said stems i meant the plastic bit that goes into the seat not the chrome bit,is there anything worth saving from the origional interior.clips,handles or anything for future mods?
    Anything as much as u can I salvaged everything from a preface lift that the facelift don't have so now have all the extras lol

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