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Old November 26th, 2013, 11:25 PM   #21
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those seats u want, i have seen almost the exact same thing at pep boys for 180 for both. they look just like those, and feel good. so if you are trying to save money go with those. i think u can order them online.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 12:32 AM   #22
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those seats u want, i have seen almost the exact same thing at pep boys for 180 for both. they look just like those, and feel good. so if you are trying to save money go with those. i think u can order them online.
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They're 150 each. They got a 20% promo that ends tomorrow.
Is pay $260 for both. What do y'all think?
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Why not put s197 seats in? That's What I did and it's a huge improvement in comfort and really keeps you planted to the seat compared to stock seats
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I'm running Cipher seats in mine. No complaints other than the high dollar west bracket still needed customizing to fit right. But seats themselves fit well and match car. There are "wings" around the shoulders that hold the seatbelts like you wanted.
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I like aftermarket seats -going from a seat with almost no side bolsters to one meant for it makes a huge difference. Nice setups in here
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Originally Posted by narleycarley View Post
I'm running Cipher seats in mine. No complaints other than the high dollar west bracket still needed customizing to fit right. But seats themselves fit well and match car. There are "wings" around the shoulders that hold the seatbelts like you wanted.
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I love the look of these seats ! I am a paraplegic and the extra support side to side would be awesome ! So they can be used as power seats? and do they recline back as far as the stock? i have to recline them to bring my wheelchair across in front of me and lay it in back seat
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i would think that the aftermarket seats would only be manual

and i dont think they will recline as far.

also can u really get a wheel chair in the mustang?

i remember i could hardly get a set of golf clubs or a gun case in mine
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Originally Posted by mister0big View Post
i would think that the aftermarket seats would only be manual

and i dont think they will recline as far.

also can u really get a wheel chair in the mustang?

i remember i could hardly get a set of golf clubs or a gun case in mine
the wheelchair takes practice but with stock seats run all the way back tilt back with rails and recline it as far as it wil go and i take right wheel off my chair and bring it across in front of me and lay it in right rear.. i do use an ultralight aluminum chair but hey we do what we gotta do to drive a V8 MUSTANG !
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Mine recline all the way back to touching the bottom of rear seats. Pretty much full flat.

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the wheelchair takes practice but with stock seats run all the way back tilt back with rails and recline it as far as it wil go and i take right wheel off my chair and bring it across in front of me and lay it in right rear.. i do use an ultralight aluminum chair but hey we do what we gotta do to drive a V8 MUSTANG !
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Wow! That's pretty cool! I'm glad you are able to get out and enjoy life! Major reps!

Well, I've been spending way too much money on the car and the wife is getting really pissed as ups or fedex is at the door almost everyday.
I'll be patient and wait to get a reputable pair of seats.

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Originally Posted by mstng02 View Post
GET CORBEAUS!
I am. I'm tired of half assing it. I've been calling my build project half ass for too long now.

I want the classic bucket seats as I've been trying to mock the old Shelby gt 350. Hence my stripes. And other mods. Not exactly, I know, but more modern.

I sat in the pep boys apc seats: crap!
So I found a local corbeau dealer here in Houston and sat in a seat that's almost identical to the bucket. It's fixed and I love how it hold me in tight.

But I need to pay off the credit card as I've been buying way too much stuff this last month. I tend to go over board... It's just so easy and the temptation too great for me to have control!

Now, do I go Paxton like the 350 or Vortech V3? Uh, decisions...


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Originally Posted by 04darkshadowgreygt View Post
I am. I'm tired of half assing it. I've been calling my build project half ass for too long now.

I want the classic bucket seats as I've been trying to mock the old Shelby gt 350. Hence my stripes. And other mods. Not exactly, I know, but more modern.

I sat in the pep boys apc seats: crap!
So I found a local corbeau dealer here in Houston and sat in a seat that's almost identical to the bucket. It's fixed and I love how it hold me in tight.

But I need to pay off the credit card as I've been buying way too much stuff this last month. I tend to go over board... It's just so easy and the temptation too great for me to have control!

Now, do I go Paxton like the 350 or Vortech V3? Uh, decisions...


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i thought the pep boys seats felt good, but i got these bad boys myself



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i mean felt good compared to the stock seats. they are firm, and wrap around you. but they feel like they are for bigger people. still great for the price.
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I have some earlier style Corbeau's in my '68 Cutlass, they are wonderful except for fading due to no window tinting and Florida sun.

I want to put some nice ones in the 2002 GT we have, amazing how the prices of Corbeau's have gone up in the last 10 years....but they are worth it.
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I had these, If i recall right I had the orginial seat belts.


They were great I had extra leg room and my back was way better when driving due to it pivoting completely when you want to lean back.



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