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Old 12-06-2013, 02:11 PM
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Mine's a mid '70's Total Performance kit, BBC, steering through the firewall. I"m 6' and 220, I fit without any problems. The seat is up about 4 inches but upholstered on a plywood base, no netting, and does cause the numb butt thing after an hour.

Without the door kit with the top on, it's a challenge to get in and out for an older person, but still miles of smiles.
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Mine's a mid '70's Total Performance kit, BBC, steering through the firewall. I"m 6' and 220, I fit without any problems. The seat is up about 4 inches but upholstered on a plywood base, no netting, and does cause the numb butt thing after an hour.

Without the door kit with the top on, it's a challenge to get in and out for an older person, but still miles of smiles.
Good looking t-bucket...
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oops i made a mistake on the vair box

mine was still not reversed and the pitman arm is UP.. keeping the steering rod horz.. i first said it was down.. oops.
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mine was still not reversed and the pitman arm is UP.. keeping the steering rod horz.. i first said it was down.. oops.
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Reversed makes it a bunch easier to mount on the frame instead of on a strange looking bracket - and really the primary reason to reverse that input shaft to the other end (the adjuster nut end)
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