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Anyone have recommendations for seat cushions for long days on the trail? I've had 8-hour days on the trail in the California desert, and then had to drive home 4 hours on the freeway. Taxi drivers use those beaded cushions, do any veteran jeepers have some suggestions? Thanks.
 

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I have a lumbar support under my aftermarket seat cover. Basically a small air bag that I can inflate or deflate with a bulb pump.
 

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A bit more than a cushion, I pulled the seats, flipped them upside down and inserted 1/2 plywood strips between the springs and cushions to even the load. When I put them back in, I also added seat warmers (put the wiring in the center console) and cheap seat covers to protect the heaters. Long trips are now a lot more manageable.
 

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I found that adding a dead pedal made a long day on the road & trail much more comfortable.
 

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Anyone have recommendations for seat cushions for long days on the trail? I've had 8-hour days on the trail in the California desert, and then had to drive home 4 hours on the freeway. Taxi drivers use those beaded cushions, do any veteran jeepers have some suggestions? Thanks.
Get you some PRP Suspension seats and you'll find excuses to drive your Jeep!
They will actually make a back ache go away too.
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I found that adding a dead pedal made a long day on the road & trail much more comfortable.
after seeing many talk about them I added one before a trip from wisconsin to florida. not thinking it was a big deal but it was cheap enough so why not. during that trip I got thinking about it and really appreciated it being there.

as for beaded seat cusions I havent had one in a car but I did put them on my motorcycle. helped with airflow to keep my butt cooler for sure and a little movement changed pressure points. so I like them on the bike but never thought about for the jeep or car.
 

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There's some value in being a fat dude. Built in seat cushioning.
 
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