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99-04 S10 with buckets

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Wondering if anybody has any experience with a 98-04 S10/Sonoma with bucket seats. I've seen a couple of S10 threads, but they've all been bench seats as I recall. I'd love to rip out the cheesy plastic factory console, but before I do I'd just like to hear from anyone who has installed radios in one of these trucks. Seems to me that the seats are a little too close together to facilitate a standard 9" console from somebody like Havis, but I'm not really sure, so that's why I'm asking.
 
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