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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-08-2011, 03:21 PM Thread Starter
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Man this is a DEAL IF you are looking for seats!

NEW ARCTIC CAT PROWLER HIGH-BACK SUSPENSION SEAT | eBay

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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-08-2011, 08:21 PM
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Better hurry only two of them left now. There was four when I first looked, don't have any idea who could of got them

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Awesome deal! Thanks for the heads up!! now just gotta clear this idea with the "boss" lol
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post #4 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-09-2011, 11:26 AM
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I put my factory high back seats in the new machine and it is pretty tight getting out of the machine.

I did not notice on the old cat because I dropped the seats 3"

But the 2011 is tight between the wheel and seats getting out and I am a pretty thin guy 6' @185#

Just a heads up for those looking at these seats that have not lowered their bases.
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Hmmm ... thanks for the heads up! I'll have to take a look at a buggy that has them to make sure.. I'm glad I have the tilt steering now cuz it would be a tight fit getting out without it.. and that's with the stock seats.. maybe this could turn in to a seat upgrade/lowering all in one.. it never ends!!! lol
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Yeah I am wishing the xtz came with tilt because of the seats it would make getting out easier for me.

Just measured the high back they go forward 3" more than the std. seat and the side bolsters are a touch higher.
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Yeah I am wishing the xtz came with tilt because of the seats it would make getting out easier for me.

Just measured the high back they go forward 3" more than the std. seat and the side bolsters are a touch higher.
Im 6ft 2 and 290lbs and had no problem getting in a new Prowler with these seats.

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Getting out is the issue not in.
It is not hard just my legs hit the wheel getting out every time.

Maybe just spoiled from the 3" lowering I had before the new machine.
Have to re-train my exit's.
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Getting out is the issue not in.
It is not hard just my legs hit the wheel getting out every time.

Maybe just spoiled from the 3" lowering I had before the new machine.
Have to re-train my exit's.
That could be, Im spoiled because I have tilt. But I have been to my Dealer and have sat in a 2011 XTZ with the seats and havd no problem. But you know Everyone sees thing different.

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One more thing.
The seat belt bolt for the lap touches the seat and ripped my drivers seat.

I put the high backs in the new xtz and same thing.
Gotta give that attn after the rear cage is complete.
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