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Unread 08-23-2010, 05:28 PM   #16
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A few guys in our jeep club bought their seats from here. They all love them, and they have held up great over the years.

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Unread 08-23-2010, 06:16 PM   #17
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I have the corbeua baja ultra with 5 points. if you have access to some metal a cut off wheel and a drill press make your own seat adapters. I made mine for 15 bucks and retained the stock sliders.
also be for warned installing the corbeau's also meant i had to go with 5 point or 4 points, using the stock seat belt is useless unless your a big dude. the sides come up real high so when your buckled in with the stock belt it doesnt even touch my lap. so you may wanna look into a seat that will work with the stock belts as well
heres a pic
Thank you for the pics,I will probably have to buy there tj brackets since i dont have much for metal fab,I guess i could look at the baja JP to. I just liked the idea of the bigger side bolsters for trail riding and longer trips

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I'm 6'0" & 220 lbs. I have it on a slider on drivers side. It tilts back just barely and makes for a real comfortable driving position.
I am 5'10 215 and i do powerlifting so i have a similar fram to yours,are you using the stock seatbelts? Thanks again you guys for answering all of my questions
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Unread 08-23-2010, 06:24 PM   #18
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How do you like the seating position? Whats your height/weight? I am looking at the ultra's as they are taller
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Thank you for the pics,I will probably have to buy there tj brackets since i dont have much for metal fab,I guess i could look at the baja JP to. I just liked the idea of the bigger side bolsters for trail riding and longer trips



I am 5'10 215 and i do powerlifting so i have a similar fram to yours,are you using the stock seatbelts? Thanks again you guys for answering all of my questions
No, I use a 4 pt harness
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Unread 08-23-2010, 06:26 PM   #19
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^^^^ Thank you,it looks like i better check out the baja JP's
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^^^^ Thank you,it looks like i better check out the baja JP's
Those must be some crazy looking 25" tires you have there man.

I didn't know they made KM2's that small...
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Those must be some crazy looking 25" tires you have there man.

I didn't know they made KM2's that small...
I know a guy who know's a guy who got them for me
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^ thats what I have, I love em


I will have to say they're built for people under 6' though...

they're perfect for me since i'm 5'7"
What do you mean by that? I'm 6'3" and I was checking those seats out so I'm curious.
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Oh and I'm 6'3", 220 lbs. I fit well in the EMPI seats, they are a tad short but its not a problem.
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