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Discussion in '1979 - 1995 (Fox, SN95.0, & 2.3L) -General/Talk-' started by sgw_88FoxGT, Oct 26, 2008.


  1. hsean

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    upon closer inspection mine are the same as well but i will have to spray some 3m adhesive to mine.
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    Mustang5L5 Car used in adult film "Highway Gangbang-InDaButt" SN Certified Technician Founding Member

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    You are just talking about the seat bottom right? Mine has too much foam IMHO and i think i'll need to remove some to get it to sit slightly lower.

    I picked up the clips from the boneyard needed to secure it. I'm just wondering what sort of material to use to build up the front. I don't want to use wood, but it's cheap and easy
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    here is what i did but i don't know what clips you are talking about i need to figure out how to mount this seat down the road.
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    The front of the SN95 seat bottom should have two small posts sticking down. There are clips that these posts slide into that lock it down.

    What i was gonna do was use a cut peice of wood as the header and then mount the two clips on top. Another option is to go to a boneyard and cut out the metal part i need for the seat and weld it in lik ebelow

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    Here is how i was gonna do it with wood (not my car)

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