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Old 07-22-2011, 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by riggz View Post
Again, the "what if" situation could be played out for just about any modification, such as a lift, oversized tires or wheels, big brake kit, etc. In fact, I would be more worried about those than a seat back coming forward during an impact. I think in the case of where the seat back might come forward from an impact, it would probably be the least of your problems.
Hmmm....I have to say I don't agree with you.
Mods like lifts, oversized tires, or brake kits are items that CAN be done as a mod (because you are installing parts to REPLACE existing parts, not add to them). It would be a different story if you tried modifying a brake outside its designated design (as is the case with raising the back seat so the locking pin/latch sits higher.)
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