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I ordered a set of adjustable headrests from MRT and installed them today. Excellent product. The materials and "fit and finish" are great. The adjustment allows me to bring the seat back more vertical without being hit by the stock headrest, due to its tilt forward. The material and stitching matched the V6 "premium convertible" interior perfectly - including the stitching. If you are looking for more "adjustability" in the Mustang seats, this is a great addition
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2011 V6 Mustang Premium MCA Edition Convertible
-Delete Tape Stripe
-Add Color Matching Side Mirror Caps
-Add Side Scoops
-Add 3.7 Badge
-Add Hood Spear Stripes
-Add Adjustable Headrests
I need a set of these. The stock headrests don't really bother me much, but my wife hates them. The problem is that when I want to drive us somewhere in the Stang, she wants me to take the Explorer so that she is more comfortable. And, that is just a drag to drive unless I want it for snow/rain/cargo space.
They are very adjustable, just pull them forward to the position you like. If you pull them all the way forward, they release and do all the way back. All of my passengers love them!!
Btw, Thanks Radio Guy for finding these!! I was ready to take the factory ones apart and bend the frames, not sure I want to be responsible for them in a wreck tho.
2012 Mustang Premium 6 speed Manual
Starkey Fog Lights
5 spoke chrome American Muscle 18" x 9" wheels
Nitto 255/45ZR18 Tires
H&R Sport Front and Rear Sway Bar
J&M lower control arms
TMI adjustable tilt headrests
Gaslock LED Shift ****
Shelby door subs
Sony 200W amp
I'm a seat tech. One thing you can do that won't cost you a penny is to take the headrest out, turn it around backward and then reinstall it back into the same holes. Works great! Just won't "lock" into place like it does when it is in the forward position.
Not sure all they did, the bars will not bend without destroying the fabric/foam, so I do know they stripped them and basically rebuilt them. You can ask them the specifics, I am just happy to have them done.
I had tried to have them simply bent, and like I said, take off the fabric and you are left with the foam and no real way to lock onto them to bend them with out the foam being destroyed. I am guessing they are new bars in them now.
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