PRP Seats Review
5/5
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Product Description

PRP Seats offers several different models of suspension seating. Each seat features a powdercoated steel frame covered in your choice of fabric and color combination. The suspension seats have a liner suspended between the steel frame. The liner gives as the vehicle encounters bumps, which prevents your back and body from constantly hitting against a hard surface, as they would with stock or padded seats. Be sure to mention the specific PRP seat model you have in your review.

User Reviews
Date Reviewed:
May 02, 2015, 4:04 am
Strengths:
The Premier Series seats have deep bolsters that make you feel less fatigued at the end of a day of 'wheeling or driving on rough or curvy roads. The suspension seat design absorbs a lot of shock to keep you from getting beat up. I never get a sore back with these seats. People with really bad backs tell me these seats gave them the ability to drive off-road again.
Weaknesses:
Too much sun and weather will eventually deteriorate the tweed fabric, but it takes a few years for it to happen. Keep the seats covered if you park outside with an open top year round, or choose a different cover fabric. There are plenty to choose from. The seat tab mounts are sort of a pain to use unless you also purchase the universal angle brackets or direct fit brackets.
Bottom Line:
I have had four different pairs of PRP Premier Series low back seats in four different vehicles over the last 15 years. They are affordable and comfortable. I like to build the mounts so they are tilted back up to 15 degrees, if there is space. This gives a lazy-boy-like feel to the seats. Very comfortable.
Similar Products Used
Beard and MasterCraft
4X4 Setup
'48 Willys CJ-2A, '73 Jeep J-2000, '85 M1008 CUCV, and a '45 Ford GPW
Favorite Trail
Anything
Price Paid
Different each time over the years
Purchased at
Different locations
Used Time
1 Year or Longer
Most Frequent Terrain
Recreational Trails
Value Rating
4
Overall Rating
5
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