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post #1801 of 2548 Old 09-07-2013, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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Yep. And my padding is dying.

The PRP daily driver looks nice. Jerry gave it pretty high praise.


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Would be nice, not sure how I feel about $650 though.

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I'd only be getting the drivers for now. I don't think $320 is bad for a suspension seat.

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Yea $650 is expensive for seats. But you can add heated seats, get it wider, and have lumbar support.

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post #1805 of 2548 Old 09-07-2013, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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Yea $650 is expensive for seats. But you can add heated seats, get it wider, and have lumbar support.
All that would be nice, but just the regular seat looks awesome. I don't need all them fancy gizmos.

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All that would be nice, but just the regular seat looks awesome. I don't need all them fancy gizmos.
I'm a sucker for creature comforts like that. I'm secretly trying to make my interior as comfy as a JK.

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I love my PRP's. I'm 5'10" and 190 lb and the standard height and width fits me perfectly. The only options I got were double stitching and lumbar support. The price hurts but once they're in, you won't care.

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I love my PRP's. I'm 5'10" and 190 lb and the standard height and width fits me perfectly. The only options I got were double stitching and lumbar support. The price hurts but once they're in, you won't care.
You have the daily drivers?

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Yes. I've had them for about 2 years.

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Nice. That may be the route I go. I emailed them asking for more pictures of different color combos. I may do spice and green to match.

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Nice. That may be the route I go. I emailed them asking for more pictures of different color combos. I may do spice and green to match.
Matching would look really good. I couldn't find a color combo that would match the Sahara seats though?

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Matching would look really good. I couldn't find a color combo that would match the Sahara seats though?
Well they have spice and dark green colors. Might be close.

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The other one I'm looking at is the Corbeua Baja JP at $199. But I don't like that its only in black.

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Corbeau quality is not up to par with PRP's. Nice seats but don't expect them to be the same seat for less money.

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post #1815 of 2548 Old 09-07-2013, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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That's what I was wondering.

Did you get a chance to try the PRP without lumbar support?

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