Adjustable Seat Riser
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Please NOTE the following about this product:
- This item is sold as a set.
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What's in the Box
- Cadmium plated steel
- Sold in a set of 2 pairs
- Three mounting hole options to adjust height
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Hand formed from .090" aluminum, this aircraft bomber style seat has a 20 degree lay-back design for increased comfort. Seat measures 16" wide and 21" tall. Measures 4-1/8" from the top of the side rail to the bottom of the seat.
Note: Seat mounting brackets are sold separately. They allow for approximately 6" of adjustment. No mounting holes have been drilled due to the unlimited number of possible combinations.
- Hard back contoured foam seat pads are designed to fit securely in the base of Speedway Motors bomber seats
- Perfect accompaniment the Tribute T Interior kit
- Front Width: 14.00"
- Rear Width: 15.75"
- Length: 12.25"
- Front Height: 2"
- Rear Height: 3.5"
- Sold in pairs - one pair is 2 seat bottom cushions
Note: Customers using these pads in polished bomber seats should remove the pads from the seating area when exposed to direct sunlight. Or the seat back cover # 715-1106 noted below can be used in conjunction with this seat bottom cushion as this is an alternative to removing the seat bottom cushion when exposed to direct sunlight.
If you thought all T-buckets were the same, think again! The all-new Speedway Motors Tribute T breaks the T-bucket mold. It offers the traditional look of classic competition-influenced roadsters combined with modern components and refined engineering. All this in a comfortable package that's easy to assemble using basic hand tools.
This interior panel kit includes left and right side panels along with a rear panel. All three panels are wrapped in an attractive faux carbon fiber black vinyl. Panels have Velcro pre-installed which is used to secure them to a pre-cut wood frame kit which you must bond to the body.
Read Street Rodder Magazine's article on the Tribute T in the February 2011 issue!
See the article Hot Rod Magazine wrote on the Tribute T in the June 2013 issue!
Check out these awesome Tribute T Photos showing the variations of different styles that can be created with one of our popular Tribute T kit cars.