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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-22-2018, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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Help. Aftermarket seats on HDX???

Anyone install aftermarket seats on a newer HDX model??? I tried searching the forum. No luck.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-22-2018, 06:59 PM
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I know several here have put in suspension ProCar Scat seats in their prowlers and love them. But I'm not sure about the HDX and how they would go in. Hopefully RD and Mike and others will sound in. they can be found here: Seats ∑ PROCAR

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I love my Pro Car Terrains. I'm not sure what would work I in a HDX, if it has the bucket seats. (well I don't call the factory buckets, seats- more like just an upside down bucket, for how uncomfortable they are) Anyway, if it has buckets (ya I know) you may be able to... If it has the 3 person bench, I'm not sure how you would put in aftermarket buckets.

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I love my Pro Car Terrains. I'm not sure what would work I in a HDX, if it has the bucket seats. (well I don't call the factory buckets, seats- more like just an upside down bucket, for how uncomfortable they are) Anyway, if it has buckets (ya I know) you may be able to... If it has the 3 person bench, I'm not sure how you would put in aftermarket buckets.
As much as my RzR seats are a tonne better than the 'upside down buckets' that came originally with the prowler, I would LOVE to snag some Terrains!!!! I've been on their site and have them in my plans!!!

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Now there is a challenge! Anything is doable! LOL Not sure on the seat mounting system on the HDX, more than likely a new seat plate/mount would need to be fabricated. Need to see some pictures of the seat mount in the HDX! I'm in agreement with Bryan on the Scat seats!

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Looks like Iím going to go with the terrains or high-back seats from PRP with the air adjustable lumbar. Iíll have to fab the seat brackets but it seams thatís what owning a prowler is all about.
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-25-2018, 05:44 AM
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I used the ScatProCar seats on mine, but I have a XTX. The Scat web site gives all of their seat model measurements. I used the stock mounting plate, then used the stock mounting plate with the sliders, then I settled on my own plate (3/16" aluminum). The aluminum plate lowered the seat 3/4". They are a snug fit in the Prowler! The seat shown is their extreme series.
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