The pics above are in reverse order.
The leather cover is just clipped over the edges (backed by a thick cardboard-ish material). Just pry up slowly on the clips to free them. The front clips and a few on the sides just around the corners is all that is needed.
Take all 4 "bolts" out:
The outer 2 seat bottom "stoppers" unscrew with a phillips screwdriver.
The 2 inner longer pointed bolts hold the seat back metal strip - it basically holds and limits the seat back from tilting forward only so far.
Now you have complete access to slip in the metal plate. Just sandwich it in until the new plates holes line up fairly well. I had a hard time lining both at the same time. So do the insides first, to align the plate where it supposed to be.
Just to hold it in there to be able to work in the outer bolts.
My seat bottom's frame was tweaked, even having a crack and folded metal from where the square OEM nut is tacked down. You can use the stock bolts (longer ones would help), but the object is to pull the metal back in shape- slowly. So thread in the bolts and once it pokes through the bottom, try to get a nut and a washer on it.
The threads aren't that long, so start first with just the nut. Make sure the bumpers are threaded almost all the way and hold them from rotating with a Phillips screwdriver while the bottom nut is tightened. You're basically flattening out the ragged metal under there. Eventually you'll be able to stack a few washers under the the nut, reinforcing the deal by pulling the metal plate and frame completely together.
Do both outers a little at a time so it pulls down evenly. About a quarter way through the outers being started, reattach the seat back metal strap with the 2 inner bolts. As those tighten, it'll all begin to "smooth" out the bottom frame.
On one outer side, I couldn't use a full washer because it was to tight a fit. The pic shows a screwdriver gently prying up the bolt to reposition the metal plate just slightly. Then I ground down one end of a few washers to stack under the nut.
If i wanted to, I could also put some nuts under the inner brace bolts, too, but I deemed it unnecessary.
After that, I used a pliers to re-crimp or squeeze the leather cover clips closed- so when I would slid them back down, it was stay tight like before.
Now, I have to buy new seat back bolts to reposition my "like-new" original deluxe seats. I had bought longer, very close bolts with slightly different heads, but I'm just going to by some stockers.