JEGS GS-1 High Back Sport Seat Driver or Passenger Side Black
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GS-1 High Back Sport Seats
Add modern comfort and style to your classic with the JEGS 70241 GS-1 High Back Sport Seat from JEGS. This stylish design, based off the 2010 Dodge Challenger Drag Pack, features tilt back, recline, and slider features letting you find the perfect spot. The fixed headrest and 5-point harness compatibility provide added protection. Employing a universal design, this seat will fit most vehicles and can be used on both the driver and passenger sides.
- Deep bolsters keep you securely planted
- Built-in lumbar support
- Available adjustments
- Left and right rear tilt forward levers
- Left and right rotary recline knobs
- Front-mounted slide lever
- Durable simulated leather vinyl upholstery
- Slider Travel: 9 3/4 in.
- Backward: 5 3/4 in.
- Forward: 4 in.
- Slider Height: 7/8 in.
- The seat can be mounted directly onto the floor with the provided slider or a seat mount can be used to raise the seat off the floor
Note: This seat does not match the design of 555-70240. Stitching, bolster location, and width are different. Please verify design before ordering.
Is there a left and right seat? I do not want to have knobs and levers next to my console.
Would these fit a 1966 AC Cobra replica? Thanks
Do these seats tilt forward? I.E. so that a rear occupant could get in, on to access an amp behind the seat.
I have a 78 Olds Cutlass supreme would I need a special mounting bracket to install these in my car thank you for your time
I have a 99 trailblazer, do I need mounting brackets to bolt it to the floor?
Have a 1984 foxbody, what do i need for this seat to work?
What seat brackets do these work with? Particularly a 67 Chevelle?
Would theses work in a 2016 Audi Q5
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