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09-18-2019 12:45 PM
Gator1 Ya those would make anyone happy, big rig Semi seats!
09-17-2019 09:50 PM
EEnvy My wife says the same thing. I have so much invested in my truck I don’t want to buy a new one just to get better seats. I have ordered air seats. The one pictured is the high end and cost me 2 grand a piece . Small price for my wife’s comfort. You will have to do several modifications and you loose the side curtain airbags .
09-15-2019 03:37 PM
Gator1 I got the Cloth /vinyl seats.
09-15-2019 01:28 PM
El Pozzinator Did you go full vinyl or the vinyl/cloth combo?

Sniffing now to see if I can find some seat covers or something for them so the fronts and rears will match. Maybe even get some MOLLE panels stitched on the backs.


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09-15-2019 11:17 AM
Gator1 This is from the site they sell them all over though. https://corbeau.com/baja-xrs.html I was going to make my own brackets to mount them, but the ones they make are better than I would have made so I just bought theirs. For sure one of the best investments I ever made.
09-15-2019 05:02 AM
El Pozzinator Got a link? Iíve done the extra foam and burlap on mine. 3rd gen, so theyíre fine for a max of a couple hours but anything longer and they get miserable quick.


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09-14-2019 11:32 PM
Gator1 I have a really bad back also, I fell off a 30' cliff one night leading a patrol in the jungle and landed on rocks, then I had a motorcycle accident and was paralyzed from the waist down, so I know pain very well, it's a big part of everyday life for me unfortunately, and so a good seat with support is important to me if I'm going to be in it for more than a few minutes. These Corbeau seats can be had with an inflatable lumbar bladder, and a heater if you need it, and the side support is what I like because it keeps my back locked in place, and inspires confidence. You can also order them in custom width if you have more girth than the average person.
09-12-2019 09:12 PM
Bolo4u
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Are you sure it isnt just the ride of the 3500 that causes her pain? The ride in a stock 3500 can be quite jarring. Gator may have the right idea here, going to a suspension seat or something similar may be the ticket.
I had a 2015 Ram 2500 with the same trim and seats, she had issues then too.
09-12-2019 07:39 PM
Gator1
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Thanks for the pics. Iíve been thinking about getting these for a while now vs 4th gen seats. Are they holding up to normal use?
Mine still look and feel good as new. The quality of the material is really good for the price they're a steal. The foam is not supposed to ever go flat or compress either. You will not be disappointed even if you paid more. My wife loves hers, they're much nicer than the seats in her new Toyota Camry.
09-12-2019 07:33 PM
markgyver I don't have a 19 but the seats in my 18 also aggravate my neck issues.My wife also has

problems when she rides with me.Best seats ive had recently were in my last ford.
09-12-2019 07:33 PM
trevdogg67
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Pics of seats. They look like the race seats, but are a true suspension seat for comfort that holds you tight. You can also add a 4 point harness or just use the OEM belts.

Edit: these are the BAJA XRS seats...
Thanks for the pics. Iíve been thinking about getting these for a while now vs 4th gen seats. Are they holding up to normal use?
09-12-2019 05:24 PM
the man in black Are you sure it isnt just the ride of the 3500 that causes her pain? The ride in a stock 3500 can be quite jarring. Gator may have the right idea here, going to a suspension seat or something similar may be the ticket.
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