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Old 01-02-2007, 06:24 PM   #1
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racing seats like these

i am looking for a store near LA (100 mile radius) that i can actually try out - sit in - racing seats like these - ANYONE KNOW OF ANY?

http://www.shophyperformance.com/sto...ml?id=ujFdHcmK

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I've kicked around the idea of aftermarket seats myself. One thing I thought about was that side bolster on the bottom cushion. I know it will help you stay in you're seat but I can't imagine how many times that thing would get crammed in your butt when you're getting in and out.

I don't know about that brand but I do know you can get some Corbeau seats for about the same price.

Just my thoughts...
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I've kicked around the idea of aftermarket seats myself. One thing I thought about was that side bolster on the bottom cushion. I know it will help you stay in you're seat but I can't imagine how many times that thing would get crammed in your butt when you're getting in and out.
I don't know about that brand but I do know you can get some Corbeau seats for about the same price.
Just my thoughts...
Nothin' worse than a bolster wedgie.
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I like my PRPs. No "boltser wedgie's" here. But I have a small tank

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Old 01-02-2007, 10:36 PM   #9
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those look like the seats I saw at pep boys

If I were going to change my seats Id put this seat in
http://www.mastercraftseats.com/prod-bajars.shtml

I think they would be much better offroad
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Most of your local 4x4 stores should have some sort of seats that you can try. I know there are a lot of 4WheelParts houses in SoCal. Problem you run into when you go out of the Off Road market for seats is finding something that will be able to match up to your TJ's seat mechanisms. Now if you are just mounting them to a cage then it doesn't matter.

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