Question about 1989 BMW 7 Series
Your best bet to finding out for yourself would be to take a tape measure, measuring the distance between bolt/bolt holes on both sets of seats, and also the height of the risers/seat adjuster assembly on the bottom of the two sets of seats.
If the measurements come out exact or very close, its worth a try. But if the measurements aren't anywhere near each other, I'd say its probably not interchangable without taking to a competent metal fabrication shop. Which is 100% possible to modify the bracketry to make them fit if you want to go that far.
Posted on May 16, 2008
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