Just sayin. There is a reason the reclinable ones are not race legal...
I guess they MIGHT hold up as well as an OEM type though.
Oh - and if the lowbacks worry you about the no headrest deal - be prepared to custom order your seats extra tall. OR at least go sit in the seats you plan on buying BEFORE you get them to make sure they are tall enough. I don't consider myself a tall guy at only 5'-10" but the typical "highback" headrest hits me at the top of the neck = hardly qualifying for a "headrest"
Oh and for the sandy/muddy feet comment ---> so you'll let people get in the back with sandy/muddy feet - you just won't let them walk between (or step over - it's easy) the center 2 seats to get back there
Okay I'm going to give a slightly better answer so I don't sound like a douche from my last post
You consider yourself tall at 5'10"? I'm 6'7", there's no way in hell a low back will work for me. Just picture it. I actually don't want to picture it because it scares me
That seat would come to what? My mid back?
I don't race, don't plan on ever racing this truck. Just wanted some good seats
The latches could fail, but so can the mounting brackets, bolts, etc. on any seat.
As for the feet thing, I don't want people tearing up my interior to get in the back. If I can keep my interior and brand new seats looking good (the condition not necessarily dirt), then I'd spring for the extra money to do so.
Hope that helps explain my answers