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    Whats the absolute LOWEST aftermarket seat mounting brackets?

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    Wade, one other thought. You could remove the mounts and do what TwinsTurbo did to Kingerm's red car for his Recaros.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suprafied View Post
    Wade, one other thought. You could remove the mounts and do what TwinsTurbo did to Kingerm's red car for his Recaros.
    No idea what they did. Is there a thread or website to this?

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    yeahh, don't think i will do that. unsure on that idea.
    I plan on the lowest ones, those Brides we saw, and maybe a tillett

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    I dbl check who makes mine but I modified brackets Alil I'll post pics if I can get a clear view of them but I have sparco seats in my car with plenty of head room and I'm 6'.

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    Yea, I am 6'2" and add the helmet I wear... Lowest is IDEAL

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    They say the Bride MO rails are the lowest, but on back order, Wade you have the skills to make some!
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    Bought some brides.
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    Now, what are very LOW sitting seats?

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    My Recaro Speeds sit pretty low and I'm pretty tall (191cm) They were bolt on to the Bride rails.

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    Wade,

    You might consider the Nagisa low-mount side rail brackets. They work only for a fixed bucket seat but they sit VERY low. They can be fickle with seat widths, though, so the narrower the bucket the better with the Nagisa rails.
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