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    Hi all,

    I have been informed by someone that rear headrests are like chickens teeth to get in black leather for the e36... after a few searches that didnt reveal much... im here posting again

    Where could i source some rear headrests from, is it a case of being lucky at a scrappers? or could i get some fronts and fit them?

    Actually, is there any other bmw that i can rob the black leather headrests and fit in the rear?

    Cheers,

    Tom
     
     

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    I have black and red ones, they came with my seats as a full interior. I was lucky in that they were part of the deal...

    If you manage to source leather ones that aren't black, consider re-colouring!
     
     

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    yeah i would consider recolouring them... but i have found a set of front headrests, so want to know if their ok to fit in the rear... think they are but dont want to waste any money.. as its a bit on the thin side at the moment!

    Cheers MrLamper!
     
     

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