Seat Installation Mounts
Make assembling your interior easy with the stationary pedestal seat mount from JEGS. The predrilled holes let you determine the height and angle. To allow for universal fitment holes are not drilled for the seat or floor mount. The included hardware is for bracket assembly only. Additional hardware will be necessary for installation. Make sure to measure the distance between mounting holes to ensure they fit the 13 in. long by 2 in. wide bracket. This kit is for 1 seat.
- Mounting Hardware: 1/4 in. -28
- Prevailing torque nuts are single-use lock nuts
- Cannot use lowest mounting holes when in a C-orientation
- Assembled heights:
- Minimum (Z-orientation): 2 in.
- Minimum (C-orientation): 2 1/2 in.
- Maximum (Both orientations): 3 in.
- Tilt and height adjustments: 1/2 in. increments
Note: Holes must be drilled for installation. Brackets may not be returned once holes have been drilled in them.
So these should fit any seat in any vehicle with proper drilling? Looking to get these for some Braum seats that have the slider included.
what thickness is the steel?
Are these made out of aluminum or steel?
How would I mount these on a 1974 Oldsmobile Omega?
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