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Old 02-09-2012, 10:09 PM   #1  
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I am getting ready to order the procar elite seats for my 66. do i need to get tracks, or do the tracks off my original seats work?

Im ready to click on order now but need to know. thanks
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Old 02-09-2012, 10:25 PM   #2  
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Shoot jamesw a pm he has a set of procar seats in his mustang he could tell you.Btw you know they sell a matching rear seat cover too?
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Yes you need the tracks made for your make/model. make sure the seat adjuster works properly before you install
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I already have the rear seat cover in my order. thanks Andrew.
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When you get it all done take some pictures i have been debating this on my mine for a while.
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yeah i would like to see em too.
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me as well
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I'm kind of liking the rally 1000 seats. Anyone used them? What are your opinions?
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The Rally seats are very popular and they are comfortable!

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I have them in a couple of cars. I didn't buy the rails and ended up modding the originals to the seat. Also I moved them back about 6" so that its much more comfortable to drive.
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