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Old 04-21-2017, 02:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2003 mustang seat on 2005 warrior.

I was looking for advice mainly on the rear seat. I realize the front will pretty much match up. My uncle had said I'd have to build a bracket. Anyone have experience on this and pictures would be greatly appreciated. I've read about changing parts to grinding looking for easiest method.
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Welcome to the warrior family and the best warrior 4m.

I bought seats to convert mine but they are still in the box they came in.

member Racerxjim could tell you what you need.
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Welcome to the family! Where in Kentucky are you?
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You should just have to move the wire loop on the fender. Or, make a longer tongue on the seat. That's off the top? if my head, but it's something like that. Welcome to the forum.
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Thanks guys. I'm from Whitesburg area. Easterm Kentucky.
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