Do you have aftermarket seats? Help.

Discussion in 'Exterior and Interior' started by rkramer19, Jul 26, 2014.

  1. rkramer19

    rkramer19 New Member

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    I picked up some aftermarket seats and I curious as how everyone else has done their bracket system under there's so everything works righand has functionally. Any drawing pictures plates that would help I would appreciate this.

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    joekd Well-Known Member

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    I bought corbeau bases and then drilled new holes to work with the seats, this way I could assemble everything outside the car then simply bolt them in
     
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    I got corbeaus but got them with the kit to fit my car. Its not cheap but I would not try to rig up you seat its too important.
     
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    RichV Well-Known Member

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    Yes, use the manufacturer's rail kit for your application.

    Also figure out the seat belts/mounting location. Like Scott said, this is all safety stuff so don't skimp or cut corners. Could save your life one day.
     
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    DKblue98GT Well-Known Member

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    I got the Corbeau adapter plates for the Mustang seat tracks and used a manual track on the drivers side.