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I have measured but need a second opinion


skyhighsami

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The seats in Steve Erwin are as rough as a 65 year old street walker after a thunderstorm. So instead of finding some Explorer seats and console the more I have thought about it the more I have thought about picking these up. They are a little over an inch narrower which I have 11" between the seats. That 1"+ per seat will add up to enough room for the console we build to fit the 2 Image Dynamics IDQ 12S I have. If anyone has any suggestions on if these will fit please let me know.
 

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They will fit fine and likely be pretty comfortable once you are in them, but you will quickly tire of climbing in and out of them with all that side bolster...
 

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Thank you but with it being lowered 5"-6" I think the bolsters won't be that bad. Plus I am 6'2" with long legs and 200lbs so I am slender enough that the bolsters shouldn't be too difficult on me.
 

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Really tall thigh bolsters get super old. I had them in my e30 that was lowered 5" and it still got old. It wasnt getting over the bolster, thats not hard, its just having to do it each and every time you get in and out that gets old
 

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