Aluminum Racing Seats [18 in. Hip Width]
JEGS 702266 Aluminum Racing Seat Features:
- 18-degree Layback
- .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
How do you measure your hips for a racing seat?
To measure for a racing seat like the JEGS 702266, measure the circumference of your hips at their widest point while sitting. This ensures a proper fit, providing comfort and support during races.
What is the best race seat for a tall driver?
The JEGS 702266 Aluminum Racing Seat is suitable for tall drivers, offering ample space and support. Its design accommodates various body sizes, ensuring comfort and safety for drivers of different heights.
Are aluminum racing seats comfortable?
Yes, aluminum racing seats, including the JEGS 702266, offer comfort and durability. The seat's design, combined with proper padding, provides a balance of support and comfort, enhancing the overall driving experience.
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