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    Default Mustang seat tracks

    Anyone know if Mustang manual seat tracks will work in our cars? Im looking for some for my 87. Thought I may try some Fox body Stang units if they will fit?
    87 Tbird LX w/Factory floor shifter 3G upgrade. Tinted Windows...85 Mustang GT steering wheel(non-cruise) 17'' Saleen SC style wheels,Front/Rear TC sway bars/poly bushings & Mustang GT steering rack...'05 Mustang V6 springs...93 Cobra MC & booster, MM adjustable C/C plates, Work In Progress....... ( On The Shelf---HO computer, 19lb injectors, HO cam, BBK headers, Explorer Intake, Cold Air Intake ,Phantom Gauges, Stinger stainless exhaust pipes )

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    Our floors are different. With work and welding, I'm sure they could be made to fit. Keep looking. SOMEBODY here has them. The passenger side is easy. The driver side....a little bit harder. I just sold mine a while back.
    '88 Sport--T-5,HURST shifter,TMoss GT-40 intake,Ed Curtis cam,Trick Flow heads,Scorpion rockers,70mm t-body,3G,mini starter,Taurus fan,BBK headers,O/R H-Pipe, Flowamaster 40's, deep and deeper Cobra R wheels,Mass Air, Mass Air and 24's,8.8 with 3.73's,140 mph speedo,Mach 1 chin spoiler,SN-95 springs,CHE control arms,aluminum drive shaft and a lot more..

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    Fox body stang seat tracks won't work. Bondocougar made up adaptors for SN95 seat tracks,

    http://www.foxtbirdcougarforums.com/...ng+seat+tracks

    For some reason the pics aren't coming up. You might want to get ahold of him to repost.
    home ported E7's, HO intake, 93 Tbird cam, 65mm tb, Shorties, dynomax mufflers, TC 3.73 rear, Mach 1 springs, Bauman shiftkit, epoxy mod, SD, 3G alt, black magic fan

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    Here's some pics, the flat steel was from Home Depot, cut and bent a bit, and the bolts welded in.

    The seats 'sit' a bit high in the car, so you could probably do a better job than I did..

    1seat.jpg

    2seat.jpg

    3seat.jpg

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    Good thinking!!! Cool idea.
    '88 Sport--T-5,HURST shifter,TMoss GT-40 intake,Ed Curtis cam,Trick Flow heads,Scorpion rockers,70mm t-body,3G,mini starter,Taurus fan,BBK headers,O/R H-Pipe, Flowamaster 40's, deep and deeper Cobra R wheels,Mass Air, Mass Air and 24's,8.8 with 3.73's,140 mph speedo,Mach 1 chin spoiler,SN-95 springs,CHE control arms,aluminum drive shaft and a lot more..

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    The new mustang seats nearly bolt right up to the stock tbird tracks

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    All the fox and sn-95 seats do bolt up.
    Quote Originally Posted by jcassity
    I honestly dont think you could exceed the cost of a new car buy installing new *stock* parts everywhere in your coug our tbird. Its just plain impossible. You could revamp the entire drivetrain/engine/suspenstion and still come out ahead.
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    1988 Crown Vic wagon. 120K California car. Wifes grocery getter. (junked)
    1987 Ford Thunderbird LX. 5.0. s.o., sn-95 t-5 and an f-150 clutch. Driven daily and going strong.
    1986 cougar.
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