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Old 03-22-2014, 02:32 PM   #1
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can you put 9000 aero seats in a 9-5?

9000 aero seats do they fit in a 9-5?
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9000 aero seats do they fit in a 9-5?
Not worth it. 9-5 Aero seats from 2002+ are excellent.
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I fell in love with the 9K aero seats so much I put a set in my C900 and was wondering if it was feasible , I have been in 9-5 seats and they are very comfy and can get some cooled..
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I fell in love with the 9K aero seats so much I put a set in my C900 and was wondering if it was feasible , I have been in 9-5 seats and they are very comfy and can get some cooled..
I did the same thing in two of my c900s. I then fell in love with the 2002+ aero seats and put them in my 2000 Aero!

Tough to see but, the passenger seat is the larger bolster 2002+ aero seat and the drivers is the 2000 seat:

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looks pretty sweet, i've always been abit weary of the GM saabs , how are they on the reliability, parts price and ease of repair?
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looks pretty sweet, i've always been abit weary of the GM saabs , how are they on the reliability, parts price and ease of repair?
Each saab has its own nuances, but ive found that 9-5s tend to be a bit more reliable just because they're a bit newer. They don't tend to blow coolant hoses. Apart from sludge issues, theyre pretty solid.
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2002+ 9-5 Aero seats = even more comfortable than 9000 Aero seats + cheaper to acquire + simple plug and play installation. Try these seats and you'll see that the bolstering is fantastic. In addition, I think the leather materials/construction is much more durable than that of a 9000 Aero seat.
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im ready for a comfy ride, I've had this fiat 500 for like 3 months and I like it but its bouncy and i've gotten use to 9K aero amounts of comfort and power so I think in like 1yr once I can move the fiat I will and pick up a Aero wagon right around tax time and can swing a low mile example..
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