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MekoSix

Seat upgrade for 2004 Hiace

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Wondering if anyone knows if the seats from a current model Hiace would fit my 2004 model? We do a lot of touring and the current seats have seen better days, after a few hours on the road it becomes really uncomfortable. 

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