Ford

Ford Escape (2008-2012) Seat Brackets

$295.00
SKU: FORESC2-D
Weight: 5.00 LBS
Height: 24.00 Inches
Width: 6.00 Inches
Depth: 6.00 Inches
Stock: 0
Shipping Cost: Calculated at Checkout
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Key Features

  • All ExtendMySeat brackets and necessary bolts are included for complete installation.
  • All ExtendMySeat seat brackets will provide 3-6 inches of additional legroom.
  • ExtendMySeat brackets are fabricated from a single piece of 10-gauge steel rated at 38,000 PSI tensile strength.
  • All ExtendMySeat brackets are powder coated black.
  • ExtendMySeat brackets can be installed in 30 minutes with simple tools.  No welding, cutting or drilling required.
  • ExtendMySeat brackets are 100% Made in the USA and come with a lifetime guarantee.
  • ExtendMySeat brackets DO NOT affect normal seat position. 
  • ExtendMySeat brackets work with power and non-power seats.
     

Take your legroom from this to this.

Here's our 6' 5" founder showing you what you'll get...

 

Customer Reviews (2)

modification...

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Posted by steven krawetz on 1st Feb 2021
Hello, the brackets are very well made, and strong. There were no Instruction included in the box, and the factory seat brackets needed to be cut out in a "U" shape to allow the factory stud and nut to poke through the factory seat brackets .it is a good thing i have a plasma cutter . i did not see anywhere on your site about modification or cutting of the factory seat brackets needed to complete the install.

factory seat mods

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Posted by steven on 30th Jan 2021
I have a 2010 Escape, with power leather seats, I am over 6" in height, and the legroom just is not enough, so I had bought these "extend my seat" brackets. Let me first say is how well made the brackets are, very strong, (maybe a little too strong,) but more is better than not enough I would guess. The box came very well packaged, Inside the box the brackets were well insolated, and so were the package of bolts. There were no instructions included, and one has to figure out what side the rails fit on, they did bolt onto the floor with no problem. But this is where it got complicated, on the back of the factory seats on the floor, there are the mounting studs from the floor, so once the rail is in place the nut is tightened to the bracket and floor, it sticks up, so now when the seat is back to mount onto the new brackets, the factory seat rail hits the stud that is sticking out of the floor, so you cant mount the back of the seat down. so the factory seat bracket on the back has to be notched out to fit a"u" shape so when the seat sits flush the factory stud and nut has room to poke through the factory seat bracket. (kinda hard to explain without pictures) I used a white marker to outline where the factory seat bracket needs to be cut out in a "u" shape, and cut it out with a plasma cutter, if you do not have a plasma cutter you could use a cutting wheel and a grinder to do the job. The size of the "U" that needs to be notched out on the factory seat bracket is about 1 inch long or so, so the stud/nut from the factory floor and poke through the seat bracket. (i wish I could include a picture for you all to see.
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