Originally Posted by AmmitOsiris
Question is are corbeau seats good and cofortable? Low impact? Sent from Peggy's office
Low impact, yes. I have the Baja SS seat and you're actually sitting on a cross cross length of stretchy cord. Does their aftermarket support to get those specific seats into our YJ work? Hell no.
Their adapters that allow you to bolt the sears to the current riser make it so you cannot get your legs under the steering wheel. With the seat as far forward as possible, I could barely push the clutch in far enough because I was so high.
Their seat base and sliders work okay. The adapter fit the base so tightly that I couldn't move my seat easily enough for how I wanted. And they aren't manufactured correctly. I had to fight with them to get them to fit and ended up chipping a whole section of paint off because of it.
As for seat quality, they are okay. They dont hold up firmness wise as well as stock replacements and some of the stitching has come undone. They arent bad though. Id be much happier if I could have them function as stock replacements with the use of the slider and more upright. The stock seat bases are angled to give the seats the lean while these seats have the lean built into them.
I thimk there are better options for a dd, but id buy them again for a trail rig.