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Old 01-10-2003, 03:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Special on Corbeau Baja SS Seats !


Baja SS and Ultra Baja SS and wides (for you big guys!)

Baja SS Seats:
Black or Grey vinyl : Call
Vinyl with cloth insert: Call

Ultra Baja SS
Black or Grey with cloth and vinyl : Call
Black or Grey with cloth/vinyl WIDE : Call

Brackets are also available..just ask!

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NOW READ THIS !!!!!!

Due to bitching from certain companies (who will go unnamed )...this offer is going to end at the end of the month due to Corbeau's request. Starting March 1st...you will have to call us to discuss your needs. Thanks to everyone for your support ....... and for those people/companies that complained.....
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Old 01-10-2003, 04:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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How well do these seats hold up to the elements? Rain, snow, etc....
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Old 01-10-2003, 04:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Lance,
Well being in the MidWest, our seats see all the seasons and I have to say we are extremely happy with them. My only initial worry was possibly fading in the sun for the black ones....but so far so good. The one neat thing in a TJ with them is you sit slightly higher, which helps the view and I am thankfull for the extra legroom.
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Old 01-10-2003, 05:31 PM   #4 (permalink)
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How long are these prices good for and is the SS available as all vinyl since I do primarily mud and cloth is hard to keep clean?
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ZachV:
They are available for awhile....Yes they are available in all black or grey vinyl @ 260.00/pair.

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Here is a pic of the grey vinyl as requested. Thanks
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Old 01-12-2003, 02:26 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Old 01-14-2003, 10:16 PM   #8 (permalink)
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whats the difference in the ulta and the non ultra is it just size and material availability, and also do i have to sepen like 50 bucks or more in mounting brakets on top of the seat cost???

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Ben,
The Baja Ultra SS is the big brother to the Baja SS.
The Baja Ultra has a 4" higher back and is 1" wider, giving you added support and it really helps the tall guys. The head rest on the ultra is better for me because I am over 6' tall. Standard on both versions include: powder-coated steel frame, reinforced nylon inner liner laced with military-grade suspension cords, integrated full-body support and 5-point harness capability. The Baja Ultra SS is designed to fit up to a 36-38" waist. The W-I-D-E version is 1" wider and will fit up to a 40-42" waist. As far as mounting brackets, that depends on your intended use and how comfortable you feel fabbing something as critical as seat mounts. Feel free to PM or call with your application and needs and I will tell you what it would cost.
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Old 01-15-2003, 06:40 PM   #10 (permalink)
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How long are these prices good for and is the SS available as all vinyl since I do primarily mud and cloth is hard to keep clean?
i may buy a set but i need to know this info b4 i order

great price btw
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I ran my Baja's all last summer. I don't have a top on my heep, so they have seen all the elements. I use a shop vac on them after trail rides, then scrub them with a soft brush and water. The cloth has really held up great and the seats still look like new.

The Baja ultras have two upper seat belt pass throughs, while the Baja's only have one. BTW
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Old 01-16-2003, 03:36 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I have a set that look like they are from the early 80's (maybe a different manufacturer but are made exactly like these) and have seen who-knows-what, they have seen some serious exposure since I've had them, and have help up great. I can't justify buying a new set in fact!
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sweet! I'm gonna go to my local hot rod place and test sit em, hope your deal goes for a while cause I want a pair but am currently... broke
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Old 01-24-2003, 12:19 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Called......left message....VERY SERIOUSLY looking for ultra baja SS seats for a fullsize K5 Blazer.....do you have any seat brackets that will allow easy access to the rear seat (flip up)? I'll try again later.......Tim
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Will any of these seats bolt directly to a YJ seat frame? I just put in cage mounts yesterday and drilled them to fit the YJ sliders at an angle that's comfortable with the stock seats.
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Withamc: Yep, they make exactly what you want.

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can you still get this deal?
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What is needed for install in a XJ or Early Bronco?
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Do these have forward and back ajustment "sliders" on them?

I can fabricate seat mounts, but sliders - thats a lot of work.

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Okay guys....we are still rolling with these....and thanks to everyone...hope you guys are all satisfied.
There are quite a few different mounting options for the seats....call me to discuss what you need so there is no confusion.

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Do you guys sell any back seats? Looking for a custom width rear seat for a CJ - about 46" wide
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Update at the top!

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That's too bad. Thanks for trying to get us the best price TJFan!

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Can I get a better measurement on the back height on the Corbeau Baja seat? Corbeau list the dimension as 30" tall, but where is that from? Or better yet, what are the following measurements:

from the top of the seat bottom to the shoulder belt opening?
from the top of the seat bottom to the top of the head rest?

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