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Thread: Sport Seat tip bracket, drivers side

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    Looks like another great product for our loved projects. Count me in for a passenger side Tip Bracket please. I have talked to Schiefer and we can ship to Norway together if this is easier and less expensive.

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    Eric,

    I have a 72 S with the Recaro Sports seats and tipping mechanism. I'm missing sliders/rails for both seats, you mentioned you might be doing a run of these. Any updates, would they suit my 72 Sports Seats?

    Dave

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    Thanks for the reply Eric, my quest continues !

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    As always, Eric, you have email.
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    Hi Eric

    Can you please add a set of tilt brackets to my order.

    Thanks
    Mark

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    PM sent.

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    Have both the sliders and the tilt brackets. Beautiful stuff.

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    Hello Eric! Are these consoles still for sale? Or do you make consoles for other years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 91167coupe View Post
    Hello Eric! Are these consoles still for sale? Or do you make consoles for other years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 91167coupe View Post
    Hello Eric! Are these consoles still for sale? Or do you make consoles for other years?
    I have these consoles, and the sliders as well for the buckets. Sliders are $395 per seat. No other consoles.

    tks,
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