Aluminum Racing Seats [20 in. Hip Width]
JEGS 702263 Aluminum Racing Seat Features:
- 18-degree Layback
- 17 1/2 in. Depth
- 38 in. Height
- .100 in. Thick 5052 Aluminum
- Tubular Rolled Edges
- Bracing & Stiffing Ribs for Added Strength & Safety
- Precision Laser Cut
- CNC Machine Formed
- TIG Welded
- Works with Any Racing Harness
Safe and Comfortable Racing Seats
With the 18 degree layback design JEGS Aluminum Racing Seats are a comfortable fit in your race car or street rod. Made with 0.100 in. thick 5052 aircraft grade aluminum; each seat is precision laser cut and CNC machine formed with TIG-welded seams. The seat's tubular rolled edges with bracing and stiffening ribs add extra strength for superior safety. Don’t worry about your harness, the 5-hole design of JEGS Racing Seats accommodate any racing harness plus the soft rubber edges prevent harness damage. Seats are available in 16, 17, 18, and 20 in. hip widths with a natural or black finish.
JEGS Racing Seat Covers are padded with an extra thick foam bottom and high-density rib support to provide you with the utmost in comfort and safety. Streamlined with the JEGS logo, the black tweed fabric of each seat cover is carefully sewn together with extra stitching and material around the belt openings and stress points. For simple fitment, nine snaps have been added along the edges to make putting on and taking off the cover a breeze.
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