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Old 12-07-2017, 12:47 AM   #46
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**** yes, this is what I want to do I think. Will the rock sliders tie into the frame rail or nah?
Yeah Im doing boat sides so theyll tie into the frame
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Which would yall say to go in the Jeep? Driver seat is broke so just replacing both with racing seats. Gonna go with the 4 point seat harness
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I dig the top set
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I'd honestly have to sit in all of them before I picked personally.
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More than likely going with the top ones. They’re not but $250 shipped so if they’re not good enough for me it won’t be a big loss. I’m sure someone around my neck of the woods would buy them.

I also look at it this way. I’m not going to be sitting in the Jeep long anyways so if they’re not comfy it’s not a big deal.
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I have seats for sale too... lol Fabric needs some stitches but they sit.
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I also look at it this way. Im not going to be sitting in the Jeep long anyways so if theyre not comfy its not a big deal.
I used to think that. Sitting in uncomfortable seats all day on the trail sucks. If I were you, I'd spend a few more bucks and buy some actual suspension seats. Corbeau, PRP, Mastercraft, etc.

Or buy mine.
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I used to think that. Sitting in uncomfortable seats all day on the trail sucks. If I were you, I'd spend a few more bucks and buy some actual suspension seats. Corbeau, PRP, Mastercraft, etc.

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Well send me pics of yours
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Just a suggestion on the seats. If you are broad shouldered like I am, the top two seats will not be comfortable for you. It will tend to force your shoulders forward. I have run the baja style in a CJ that I raced and loved them. Great hip support and stability and freedom of movement for upper body. If you need upper body stability, use a harness.
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Just a suggestion on the seats. If you are broad shouldered like I am, the top two seats will not be comfortable for you. It will tend to force your shoulders forward. I have run the baja style in a CJ that I raced and loved them. Great hip support and stability and freedom of movement for upper body. If you need upper body stability, use a harness.

Thanks ill look into them.
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More than likely going with the top ones. Theyre not but $250 shipped so if theyre not good enough for me it wont be a big loss. Im sure someone around my neck of the woods would buy them.

I also look at it this way. Im not going to be sitting in the Jeep long anyways so if theyre not comfy its not a big deal.
I have those seats in mine. They are nice but it feels like you are sitting on bricks. Not comfortable for long trips. They are easy to adapt to the stock brackets as well.
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I have those seats in mine. They are nice but it feels like you are sitting on bricks. Not comfortable for long trips. They are easy to adapt to the stock brackets as well.
Haha after reading about the Baja seats Im going with them.
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