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New Product: MRT Adjustable Headrests for the 2010+ Mustang

By Drew Phillips - February 15, 2011 – 1:32 pm3 Comments | 852 views

MRT 2010+ Mustang Adjustable Headrest

MRT has partnered with TMI Products and Classic Automotive Interiors to offer an adjustable/tilting headrest for the 2010+ Mustang. The new headrest is adjustable to four distinct rest positions, enabling drivers to achieve their most comfortable driving position.

The new headrest delivers Ford factory quality fit and finish by matching the grain of the Mustang’s leather interior, and the adjustable/tilting headrests are available in a variety of textures and colors. The adjustable/tilting headrests are engineered and manufactured in America. For more details contact MRT at 734-455-5807 or visit their web site at www.shopmrt.com.




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3 Comments »

  • linda alg says:

    I am trying to find a new headrest to replace the ones that came on my 2012 mustang. I do not like the tilt and it hits my head all wrong. Where can I get some shorter ones with just a smooth finish–no tilt forward. This is the best I can explain it.

  • Gene H says:

    I believe the head restraint from a Ford Escape will fit into your Mustang’s seat; the Escape’s angle is much less severe than the Mustang’s. Just be aware that when Ford crash tests the Mustang, they do them with a MUSTANG seat and a MUSTANG head restraint. You start mixing Ford components, you don’t really know how well your Mustang will protect you in a collision.

  • steve says:

    I dont know who thinks that the headrest in the 2012 mustang will help in a collision. It looks like it will cause your head to get shoved down. I would rather have it just hit the back squarely. I am tall and at the highest setting the top hits the center of the back of my head, so snap would go my neck. If i lover it, it hits the middle of my neck. When you hit a bump it bangs the back of the head. SOOOOOOO like so many other people, I reversed it so it faces back. Now I will certainly be killed in a wreck. Pretty bad design safety people.

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