Pro High Back II Race Seats
Snap & Screw Set #555-70279 required to secure seat cover to seat
Molded from high-density polyethylene with double-walled shell for excellent strength, support, and comfort, these race seats have safety harness openings with individual shoulder strap mounts (required by most sanctioning bodies).
- Seats sold alone (shown right) OR with vinyl seat cover (shown below)
- Vinyl seat covers also sold separately
- Snap & Screw Set #555-70279 required to secure seat cover to seat
- Includes provision for Seat Back Braces #555-70290 or #555-70292
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Interested in running these in my 99 Mustang GT. How exactly will I be able to get these to bolt up.
Does it come with bolts to mount at the bottom where the holes are?
I have a 1974 Oldsmobile Omega and I was looking o out racing seats in it, would these work and what kind of mounting brackets would I need in order to use them
What is the bolt mounting hole dimensions side to side and front to back? Which seat sliding brackets do you recommend for these? Thanks.
what is the bolt size required, to fit directly into the bottom of the seat in the pre-set holes?
properly mounted, will these seat be considered acceptable at nhra tracks?
Will these fit an 02 Camaro?
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