[FOR TRADE] 1967 bucket seat tracks

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  1. Jmill67

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    I have an excellent set of 67 A-body bucket seat tracks that I want to trade for a 67 B-body set. Prefer no broken studs or major rust.
     
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    Why not just use what you have and move the stud to the B body position?
     
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      If that’s the only difference, then I’ll do that. I’ve never seen a set side-by-side, so I never knew what would change between the 2 different body styles. Have you ever performed the changeover?
       
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      The seat frames are the same for A,B and most C bodies and so are the tracks. If you look at the track there should be multiple square holes where the stud gets welded
       
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        Thanks Sedanman! That’s some good info right there. Much appreciated!
         
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        Did you find the holes?
         
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        Yep. Several different sets of square holes. Looks pretty easy. I shouldn’t have any problem moving them over and swedging them into place. Thanks again!
         
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          I had no idea. Is this the same A body track setup from 67-72 with the multiple carriage bolt holes?
           
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            Your welcome,Ma Mopar being frugal has it's benefits lol
             
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              Yes, thank you so much. That certainly will help some people. I have all the tracks i need for 2 cars but its good to know.
               
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              I'm pretty sure,just look for the multiple locating holes in the track frame. The seats were shared between A,B,E and c bodies. The year has to match though like 67-9 A,B<C ,70-1 A,B,E, maybe C ,72-4. I'm not sure how long they kept doing it that way but I had many 67's to early 70's seats with the holes. The 66 seat sliders also had tilt and raise/lower built into them
               
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              I have 73-4 B seats and I think they are the same tracks as E.
               
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              I'm not going to disagree with above but I will share some personal experience.... Our first 67 B'cuda notch was a bench seat car. In 1982 I found a 67 Sport Fury in a local parts yard. I bought those buckets ( along with floor shifter, etc..) for my notch.
              The tracks under these buckets were made much like the pre 67 a-body tracks. The bottom half of the tracks were 2 pieces with square head hardware through stepped slots that allowed height/angle adjustments. I took those tracks completely apart, turned them 6 ways from Sunday and still needed a spacer under one corner to get them bolted into the fish. Do 67 a-body tracks work better in 67 b-body than 67 b-body tracks work in 67 a-body? I have my doubts. Good luck though.
               
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