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Old 06-17-2016, 03:13 PM   #1
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I'm looking for the part number and/or link to a retailer that would sell the bolts that mount the chair to the metal bar for the driver seat. Or, if this bolt isn't specialized, what size and length so I can go buy one at a hardware store?
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Welcome to the site! I'd suggest you stop by your local GM dealership for those bolts!
Or if your comfortable with used swing by a pick a part and get them there!
There are some members parting out their HHRs, send them a PM to see what's available
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I gotta ask. Why do you need them ?

Anyhow. Here's a picture. The bolts have 18mm size bolt heads. The threaded shaft is 1 inch long. Not sure about the thread size.
(edit: 4 bolts shown for the 2 front seats )
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Welcome to the site! I'd suggest you stop by your local GM dealership for those bolts!
Or if your comfortable with used swing by a pick a part and get them there!
There are some members parting out their HHRs, send them a PM to see what's available
Thanks! And I was hoping to avoid a trip to the dealer haha.
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I gotta ask. Why do you need them ?

Anyhow. Here's a picture. The bolts have 18mm size bolt heads. The threaded shaft is 1 inch long. Not sure about the thread size.
(edit: 4 bolts shown for the 2 front seats )
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I think they're specialized so I either need to go to the GM dealership or find the part number to order online (I'm trying to avoid going to the shop/dealer. 100,000+ miles and I've done all work myself... more for my ego than anything else.) And I was trying to drop in a lower seat (I'm 6'4") and I ended up tearing the meniscus in my knee and the car sat without a seat for seven months and when I recovered, I couldn't find the screws... so the seat is essentially zip tied in. It works, but I think it's screwing with the airbag sensor because upon hitting a bump, etc the service airbag light comes on for a second and then goes away.
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Really nothing specialized about them. Any bolt the correct size and thread would work.
Pull one out of the passenger seat and head to your local hardware store and find a match.

Fwiw. I have my drivers seat lowered and replaced those original 2 bolts with a bolt/nut setup.
If you're curious about my seat lowering, just look in my gallery of pictures.
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Old 06-17-2016, 04:42 PM   #7
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Ah, I'll try that. And that looks good! Looks like you had to cut that bar... is the lowered one custom made or did you order that?
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I made that bent portion from a piece of straight L bar. Cut, bent and painted by me.
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There are many GM parts stores online, they all have illustrated catalogs online.
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