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ScapeGoat

time for some stroke

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Mike, you need to send that seat back and get a size LARGE!

 

Also a question....how'd you get the car up on the ramps with the fronts facing the wrong way?

 

hahaha

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Good thing you got a big ass, Mike, cause that seat would be uncomfortable for the average bear...

 

He used a jack, J...

 

Aaaaaachooooo!

 

HemiSam

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lol Jay, there are no aftermarket seat brackets for our cars. So Im building a bracket to hold my Kirkey Racing seat which comes bare aluminum. The bracket needs to be around 5 inches tall to mount the seat in a good height. And I am putting a seat cover on it

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I don't have time to get back in to a full on Photoshop battle, but since GSO wanted to crap in my build thread, I figure I had to return the favor.

 

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Dont get me started slowly I mean speedy. Seat is done. The whole assembly weighs 22.5 lbs including the seat. Not bad considering I built it with sliders. hell I can adjust the lay back of the seat!

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you know what I like about this site, I can say stuff like this

 

MY FUCKING TORQUE CONVERTER STILL HASNT MADE IT HERE!!!

 

so Im going to work on other things this weekend

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