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Mastercraft 3G Race Seat - Off-Road Dissection

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Mastercraft 3G Race Seat - Off-Road Dissection

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MasterCraft Safety
Santee, CA 92071
800-565-4042
www.mastercraftsafety.com

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1 Mandrel-bent, MIG-welded, 0.065-wall, 3/4-inch mild steel frame (HREW 1010)
2 Separately applied head rest
3 Full-length tube frame runs along floor and back up to itself,
4 No tweaking
5 Polyurethane foam
6 One-piece mesh suspension liner
7 Brass grommet anchors
8 Heavier-density foam that is Fire retardant.
9 Pirelli rubber support straps
10 0.055 length of stitch
11 Lumbar support made out of 3-inch-thick heavy foam
12 2- to 4-inch-thick foam base
13 Vinyl and liner material-reinforced five-point slot holes placed
14 Nylon fabric glued to 1/2-inch muslin-backed foam
15 Nylon-coated textile mesh
16 Five-point seatbelt slots
17 Removable European-style cushion
18 Deep-sided race seat
19 Hip containment: 10.5 inches
20 Upper torso containment: 8 inches
21 Weight: 22 pounds
22 Mastercraft name on every product
23 Seat options include: Schukra adjustable lumber, rear pocket, seat saver, seat heater and Camelback water pouch.