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Old May 3rd, 2013, 10:22 PM   #1
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Default Mastercraft Rubicon or Corbeau Baja XP?

I'm looking at these 2 for my buggy. anyone use em or have used them? comfort and safety being paramount.
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Check out PRP also.
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corbeau xp for me. love them and good pricing on them.
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Check out PRP also.
great quality from PRP and Twisted Stitch, but for the buck, I love my Corbeau XPs. They are narrow though, so make sure you sit in one before you order one.
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Love my Masatercraft Rubicon seats. They have taken a beating and are still in really great shape. Harness in and much better ride.
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I purchased 2 rubicon seats Saturday from Lane's. They are comfy and easy to get in and out of. In the process of making mounts for them and getting them in the yota!




Now i won't feel like Ive been in a car crash each time I go wheeling.
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