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Old 02-14-2012, 04:37 PM   #1
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Anyone here have them? They only mention the vert and the coupe anyone know if they will work with a hatch? I need more space. I'm about 6'2 250.
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Anyone here have them? They only mention the vert and the coupe anyone know if they will work with a hatch? I need more space. I'm about 6'2 250.
Never heard of them, but I bet the coupe and vert ones are very close, if not exactly the same.
There are no differences in the floor pans that I have read or heard about.
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I've heard of them and read up on them. I'm bout same size and been looking. I'm gonna order some myself just for driver side. They suppose to give you a additional 3 in. To slide your seat back.
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I'm sorry I can't fully clarify but when I cut my vert pan out of a hatch I had to do some modifications.I just can't remember exactly what it was.I also don't remember the year I cut it out of.but I do remember that the side by the door difference was overlapping and underlapping.I think I had to cut the lip off.but this has been a few years so I may just be causing a little confusion.
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http://www.americanmuscle.com/mustan...-kit-7904.html
Check it out. This is for the track extenders
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I'm pretty sure it would fit.it says all 79-04 mustangs including verts and coupes.AM is pretty good I bet they would accept a return if they don't fit.
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If you read the fitment thing on what they fit it says they fit ALL mustangs from 79-04 including verts and coups

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I've heard of them and read up on them. I'm bout same size and been looking. I'm gonna order some myself just for driver side. They suppose to give you a additional 3 in. To slide your seat back.
Is that on a hatch as well cause the site I read only described the coupe and vert but I assume it's the same. Also it's suppose to raise your seat by an inch and a half
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Old 02-14-2012, 05:20 PM   #9
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The one from AM only raise your seat a half inch above stock. And yes. It fits all mustangs including coupes and verts. Click the link above. And take a look at them those are the ones I'm goin to order for my hatch
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Re: Seat extensions

Nice, but they should include some type of covers for the exposed studs.

If you have a welder and some 1/4" x 2" flat iron, they would be easy to fabricate.
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That they should. And I might try to do something
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Im 6"7 where do you find these seat extensions I'm about tired of eatin the dash lol and how big do they go
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see the link in the 5th post
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I put a link a few post up to the AM site takes you straight there. 6-7 hope you have a convertible lolim 6-2 and my head almost hits the headliner lol
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i think it say 1/2 " inch higher and 3 or 4 inches back depending on model.
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That they should. And I might try to do something
Im6"7 about tired of eating the dash where do you find these
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Im6"7 about tired of eating the dash where do you find these
check the american muscle link in the 5th post of this thread.click on it and it will take u to there sight.
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I put a link a few post up to the AM site takes you straight there. 6-7 hope you have a convertible lolim 6-2 and my head almost hits the headliner lol
Lol no convertible but I got bubbles in the roof from standing it up and not bein buckled in when it comes down I always slam my head on the roof lol thanks I appreciate the help
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Lol no convertible but I got bubbles in the roof from standing it up and not bein buckled in when it comes down I always slam my head on the roof lol thanks I appreciate the help
Man that can't be enjoyable
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I am going to order a set they are not a bad price to just bolt in and done be more time consuming making them a little cheaper prolly but I have no time lol
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Lol I think you need a bigger car lol. Get a 70s fastback or torino lol.
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Man that can't be enjoyable
No not by no means lol height is good but bad in other ways
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It be nice if they were $20 bucks lol. But I can see just getting some flat bar and designing your own could work to
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The front of my seats in my 87 pull out to make the front of the seat longer by I don't use it and quite frankly not sure what it is for lol!
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I guess the ppl 20 yrs ago were a lot shorter lol.
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Lol I think you need a bigger car lol. Get a 70s fastback or torino lol.
Lol hell with that they don't look that good ill take a 67 Shelby cobra Gt500E. But wouldn't we all lol no I got pullin trucks to fit in if I want room I love the car but bein smashed just ain't my thing lol
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I'm gonna get them cause everytime I go to push the clutch I knee the dash board. Lol
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The front of my seats in my 87 pull out to make the front of the seat longer by I don't use it and quite frankly not sure what it is for lol!
My seats do the same thing but I can't even get in it if I pull them out lol I would like to know what their for tho

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I'm gonna get them cause everytime I go to push the clutch I knee the dash board. Lol
Lol same damn thing happens to me and it tends to piss you off after a few times
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They meant to be something else that could break so you spend more money lol
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Haha right I want to take the red interior out and convert to black maybe I can get a set of seats that dont have the knee breakers on it haha
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Haha right I want to take the red interior out and convert to black maybe I can get a set of seats that dont have the knee breakers on it haha
Lol that's no joke I change mine but my seat is still adjustable when cage was put in it was notch so I could still have adjustable seat but with the 5 point buckle harness but I still can't fit and the other thing is I kept rippin bolts out or breaking bolts guess I shoulda braced the seat with the cage lol I bought the frame braces for the seats just let ya all know I wouldn't waste my money on em it didn't help still had problems
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