Braum Racing Elite Series Seats
Replace your worn out factory seats with a pair of Braum Racing Elite Series racing seats! The Elite Series seats offer comfort, performance, and durability without sacrificing style. The seats are wrapped in a high quality leatherette material on the front with a faux carbon fiber fabric backing. The side of the seat has a handle style reclining mechanism to adjust your seat quickly and easily. Pronounced and strategically shaped side bolsters ensure you stay locked in place during spirited driving without being uncomfortable during regular driving.
Braum Racing Quality
Braum Racing's Elite Series seats start off as a strong, lightweight steel tubular frame. Injection molded foam provides top notch support that softens and molds to your body's shape for a customized fit! The seats are then wrapped in a thick, high quality, tan leatherette material with black stitching. The seats come in at a lightweight 25lbs per seat! All of this is backed by Braum Racing's Limited Lifetime Warranty!
-Strong, lightweight steel tubular frame.
-Injection molded foam.
-Handle-type reclining mechanism.
-Faux carbon fiber fabric backing.
-Bottom mount style (will need vehicle-specific seat brackets).
-Comes with two seats and dual lock sliders for front-back adjustment.
-25 lbs. (without bracket or sliders).
-Fits up to 38” waist.
-Limited Lifetime Warranty.
New seat tracks are required for proper installation. Seat tracks sold separately.
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