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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 09-19-2008, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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Kirkey Seats

15" Pro Street: $125.00, Black Tweed Cover: $85.00
16" Pro Street: $125.00, Gray or Black Cover: $85.00
17" Pro Street: $135.00, Gray or Black Cover: $90.00
18" Pro Street: $135.00, Gray or Black Cover: $90.00
20" Pro Street: $190.00, Black Vinyl Cover: $120.00

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Can you get larger seats? :lol:

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I think 20" is as big as they go. :shock:
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do they still make a really well paded seat cover for the kerky seat ? a freind set in mine and wanted to know where to get the cover its a black twead
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Yes, they still make them. I can get the ones listed above.
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I need to measure my fat *** and see what seats I need that is a good deal. How long can you get those deals?

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Those prices should be good for at least two months.
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How FAT do you have to be too need a 20 incher?[/u]
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I got an 18" in my Tbird and it fits my big *** :lol: Trust me Jones needs a 20" or bigger...he's a pretty good size feller(just about the right azz whoopin size) :roll: :lol:

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Well.......i was wordering because, i'm 6'1 230lbs. wasn't sure if a 18 or 20 would fit me best. My a** ain't too wide yet, but i'm starting to get alittle tank up front.
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Well I'm 6'5" & 365lbs I'll look back at the Kirkey website and see how to messure again just to make sure.

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How do I pick the right size of seat?
A KIRKEY RACING seat’s width is based on the width of your hips. Using only a straight edge ruler have the driver sit on a bench with legs hanging over the side. Measure the width of the hips through the center line of the body side to side. Do not measure across the lap of the driver as this will give a larger than required measurement. Take this measurement as the size of the seat you need. If it is 15” then you would order a 15” seat. If it is 15 ¾” go to a 16” seat. Note: some seats are only available in two or three sizes, in this case pick the next size up. (See the custom shop for more information on how to measure yourself)
I messured 20" :lol: Thank goodness

Edit: Which series is the Pro street? I can't find it on there website.

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It's the 41 series Drag Racing Layback.
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Well I'm 6'5" & 365lbs I'll look back at the Kirkey website and see how to messure again just to make sure.
I haven't been to thier web site........ I guess a 18" will do? I don't want to be moving around in the seat if I have an accident. Thanks!
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It's the 41 series Drag Racing Layback.
Read the quote above in my last post. It is off of the Kirkey website and tells you how to meassure.

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