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Old 02-04-2013, 11:00 AM   #1
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Is anyone running the Corbeau Baja RS?, does it fit??

I was trying to fit the Shittybilt XRC seats in our 2000 TJ, what a friggin PITA, I finally gave up and I'm sending them back, I'd like to try these, but will the fit - Corbeau: Baja RS

The problem now is the recline mechanism is hard into the Passenger side roll bar, can't slide it back, wife and her 36" inseam wont fit, knees in the dash. The drivers side is in crocked and it will pass the roll bar but not by much

Anyone running these Corbeaus in a TJ with pics?

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Old 02-04-2013, 11:28 AM   #2
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I plan on running the Mastercraft Baja RS myself. I've sat in a few rigs with the Corbeau, Mastercraft, Shittybilt, and the Mastercraft was definitely my favorite. I believe the Mastercrafts and the Corbeau can be bought with an adapter bracket so you can still fold and tumble.

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The Mastercraft look sweet, but they're past my (wifes) budget, I'm already stretching things, I just want to make sure after all the hassle that they fit.
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Old 02-04-2013, 02:17 PM   #4
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The Mastercraft look sweet, but they're past my (wifes) budget, I'm already stretching things, I just want to make sure after all the hassle that they fit.
I never looked at the price tag until now .. I sure have expensive taste! I always thought they were around $700 for the pair plus the adapter brackets.

Checkout the PRP daily driver seats too as I believe they are more affordable, I've heard of people being happy with those. The Corbeau would probably be my second choice though as they seem nicer.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:06 PM   #5
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Cheap option that I have done before. Pull a nice set out of wrecked sports car . I put a set of recaros out of a Mazda RX7 in my CJ and it was a perfect fit. Just drilled new holes in the Recaros frame and bolted right in.
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