Speedway Lightened Aluminum Hot Rod Bomber Seat DIY Kit
Universal Fit, Lowback Bucket Seat Style, Universal Position, Aluminum, 17.00" Inside Width
Everybody loves our Bomber bucket seats, but some wanted them with lightening holes. Just like the original, this one is hand made from .090" aluminum. Unlike the original, this new Bomber seat kit is designed to be assembled by the customer using rivets - allowing for maximum customization and a truly unique look. This kit includes a full-set of pre-drilled pieces and rivets to assemble a Bomber seat, but can be trimmed and re-drilled to accommodate custom widths.
- Measures 17" wide and 22.5" tall
- Needs no upholstery
- Mounting brackets sold separately
Kit includes the necessary pieces and rivets to assemble one (1) seat.
To assemble this kit using the included solid rivets, proper tools are required (Air Hammer, Rivet Sets, and Bucking Bar). We apologize, but we do not offer any of these tools at this time and as such they must be sourced separately.
- 13° Layback
- 17" Wide
- 22.5" Tall
- 23.7" Deep (measured from front of seat to top of backrest)
- 3-7/8" Seat Belt Slot
Assembly Instructions (PDF)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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Q & A
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