Have a seat or pedals you want to fit to your simulator but want to have some adjustability? Our universal sliding tracks is the answer. True race car seats were not meant to slide, but that doesn't mean you can't use them on your simulator. These sliders can be adapted to almost any seat to give you the adjustability to fit different size drivers. Both rails lock in place to prevent "pivoting." Rails are linked together with supplied linkage rod, but you can easily make up a longer or shorter version using a length of steel wire. Heavy-duty all-steel construction and a simple layout make adapting it to your seat as easy as it gets.
This slider is also suitable for mounting a set of pedals on to and giving you even more adjustability.
The studs are 5/16-18 thread and protrude about 1 inch from the bottom. The top holes are 5/16 square.
Note: This is not a direct bolt-on for our simulators or seats. These are do-it-yourself brackets that must be adapted to work. The bolts and holes do not line up with any seat or simulator, think of them as a "one-size-fits-none". Our seats include their own slider brackets. These sliding rails are for use for your own adaptation and are not a direct fit for any seat sold on this website.