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    PRP premier / daily driver seats

    Anyone put PRP premier or daily driver seats in their JK?

    I can't find any pictures of them on the Google of them installed in a JK. And hardly any pics of the premier installed in something other than a side by side.

    Just looking for fitment pictures and reviews of subjective comfort.

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    ***SOLD*** 08' JKU Rubicon 6-speed Stone White, 3.5" RK lift, 37" KM2s and lots more.
    ***CURRENT DD*** 16' F150

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    I've got the PRP Summit Elite models installed in my JK and they're great. They seem to be pretty comfortable with all my friends who've ridden in the Jeep. Having so many options, then options within the seats is great, but also makes it hard to choose. I chose these cause I wanted to stay away from the high bolsters which make getting in and out tough.

    Long days on the trail weren't a problem and the seats are supportive and comfortable. It was suggested I get the suede material on the seat cause it helps keep your back from sliding around on trails.

    These are standard height and width. Only option added was heat and stitching.

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    Iím running the Enduro Elite seats in my JK. Super comfortable compared to stock. Drove from Texas to Nevada/Cali and back for the JKX and never felt uncomfortable.


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    So hard to choose without being anywhere near a dealer to actually go sit in them. My wife is really wanting the high bolster around the hips which is why I have been leaning towards the fix back seats. And the added bonus of getting custom colors with the PRPs is nice. While I'm sure they are comfy I'm not a fan of the style of the Enduro elite. The daily driver is currently my favorite since the stock seatbelt should fit around it nicely. The premiers look awesome but that's pretty much locking me in to a 4pt due to how high across the stomach the stock belt would sit.
    Hard to justify a non refundable $1000 purchase without really seeing any examples of them in a JK.

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    12' 2dr Gecko Sport 6 speed
    PR44, ARBs, 4.88s, 35 spline rear, Adams 1350 Front & Rear, Rubi T-case, Rubi sway bar + Evo no limits, Evo armor & skids, 37/13.50" Cooper STT Pro, Evo 2" plush / OME med duty springs

    ***SOLD*** 08' JKU Rubicon 6-speed Stone White, 3.5" RK lift, 37" KM2s and lots more.
    ***CURRENT DD*** 16' F150

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    If you or your wife wants to recline
    the seat I'd add the Mastercraft Baja RS's to the list. I had my mind set on Enduro elites for a while until I sat in both the Enduros and the Bajas at an off road expo last week. I ordered a set of RS's that day. The RS has some good side bolstering while the Enduros didn't have enough for my tastes. I do wish Mastercraft offered custom combos like PRP however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoDoesThat View Post
    If you or your wife wants to recline
    the seat I'd add the Mastercraft Baja RS's to the list. I had my mind set on Enduro elites for a while until I sat in both the Enduros and the Bajas at an off road expo last week. I ordered a set of RS's that day. The RS has some good side bolstering while the Enduros didn't have enough for my tastes. I do wish Mastercraft offered custom combos like PRP however.
    The Baja RS was top on my list for a while but my wife didn't think it would have the side bolster support she wanted (just by looking at the pictures) obviously we haven't sat any so we are going off our best guess with the pictures. Corbeau has nice folding options with good side bolstering but I'm not sold on their vinyl and I like the PRP Tweed for seating surface.

    Did you sit in the Rubicon seat while you were there? If yes was it that much more support than the RS?

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    12' 2dr Gecko Sport 6 speed
    PR44, ARBs, 4.88s, 35 spline rear, Adams 1350 Front & Rear, Rubi T-case, Rubi sway bar + Evo no limits, Evo armor & skids, 37/13.50" Cooper STT Pro, Evo 2" plush / OME med duty springs

    ***SOLD*** 08' JKU Rubicon 6-speed Stone White, 3.5" RK lift, 37" KM2s and lots more.
    ***CURRENT DD*** 16' F150

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
    The Baja RS was top on my list for a while but my wife didn't think it would have the side bolster support she wanted (just by looking at the pictures) obviously we haven't sat any so we are going off our best guess with the pictures. Corbeau has nice folding options with good side bolstering but I'm not sold on their vinyl and I like the PRP Tweed for seating surface.

    Did you sit in the Rubicon seat while you were there? If yes was it that much more support than the RS?

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    I installed the seats last Sunday. The sides of the Baja take some effort to get over due to the frame, so thereís definitely some good side support. I actually gotta pull myself up and over to get out. Itís not like the stock seats where you just slide out. It does sit quite a bit higher too. I now have a view of my hood that was lost with the EVO cage.

    I didn't check out the Rubicon. PRP definitely has nice fabric options. Iíve got a friend with the ostrich vinyl and they look great.

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    Iíve been tossing a coin between RS and PRP seats for a few months now. I love the PRP options but find myself in the same boat having never actually sat in them. The RS I found to be very comfortable though as I got to try them out.

    When you replaced yours did you have to bypass the airbag or didnít your stock seats have them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weebz View Post
    Iíve been tossing a coin between RS and PRP seats for a few months now. I love the PRP options but find myself in the same boat having never actually sat in them. The RS I found to be very comfortable though as I got to try them out.

    When you replaced yours did you have to bypass the airbag or didnít your stock seats have them?
    Having sat on both, I would go with PRP. I have sold and installed the Baja RS seats in a few Jeeps. Thereís a reason I have PRP in mine.


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    I installed a seat of seats from an SRT, much more comfortable and can be powered for adjustment, heated, and vented functions... will need to either fab or have fab custom mounts for the seats but they are a great fit and the seat cost is comparable to custom PRPs

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