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    manual seat mounting hardware..

    last year someone posted that they found a place that made seat adjusters for our cars.. does anyone remember who that was or how to get in contact with them.. I had it saved on my PC but it crashed and burned down a while ago... thanks in advance....Rich
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    Rich, I think this is the company your thinking about. http://wedgebrackets.com/ford-thunde...-brackets.html

    I used them last year. Used their seat brackets to custom mount the Kirkey race seats in my T-Bird. Well built brackets, needed a little tweaking but I'd use them again. They offer the manual sliders as an option. I did not use the sliders, so can't comment on those.


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    I was lucky enough to find a manual driver side in the junkyard from a Cougar, I already had a manual passenger seat. I welded steel plates on so that I could drill the new seat bolt pattern.
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    thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by EECDOC View Post
    Rich, I think this is the company your thinking about. http://wedgebrackets.com/ford-thunde...-brackets.html

    I used them last year. Used their seat brackets to custom mount the Kirkey race seats in my T-Bird. Well built brackets, needed a little tweaking but I'd use them again. They offer the manual sliders as an option. I did not use the sliders, so can't comment on those.


    Mike.....
    I will be ordering them on Monday, thanks for your help....Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

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    I have the Wedge manual sliders for my Recaros and they work fine.
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