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    Posted: 10-January-2021 at 1:14PM
Hello, I searched through a few thread pages and didn't find any actual pictures of the installation.

 So i got some aftermarket summit seats and some procar brackets,rails and misc things. Since there isnt any dedicated install kits for our vehicles.  I would like to see how you all have done it with aftermarket seats. thank you.
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what are highway horses made of, 1"x1" angle?

you can flip the angles any which way and space them accordingly to suit whatever seats you're working with

they're very solid too Big smile











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Originally posted by Rockatansky Rockatansky wrote:

what are highway horses made of, 1"x1" angle?

you can flip the angles any which way and space them accordingly to suit whatever seats you're working with

they're very solid too Big smile













interesting approach,thank you for the pictures and explaination. Cheers~
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