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Rugged Ridge XHD Rubicon Seat Reviews


Great product

Reviewed By Sean C (Irving, TX) Reviewed for a 1994 Jeep Wrangler —6/25/2016 9:50 PM

Great look, comfortable, and well built. I am really pleased with these seats.

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MasterCraft Nomad Seats Reviews


Slow but worth it

Reviewed By Adam E (CHARLESTON, WV) Reviewed for a 1989 Jeep Wrangler —5/24/2016 11:55 PM

It took almost two months to get it shipped but was worth it after getting it installed, so much more comfortable, and looks great.

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MasterCraft Baja RS Seats Reviews


These are the most comfortable seats I have ever sat in.

Reviewed By John R (MAPLE VALLEY, WA) Reviewed for a 2008 Jeep Wrangler —5/6/2016 2:12 PM

Very comfortable seat, doesn't allow me to slide or roll out of it. The suspension system really works, I bounced the front end of my Jeep off a berm in the dunes at 30 MPH and when the front end came back to earth and slammed down I didn't get jarred or feel the impact. The four point or five point Mastercraft Harness straps slide through the slots in the seat, or use it with the traditional should belt.

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Helpful Seats Articles

  • Jun

    2016

    Autocross Tips

    Helpful advice to prep your ride for your first autocross or road course event.

  • May

    2015

    Anatomy of a MasterCraft Seat

    When it comes to your ride, you bolted on the best. But, what about your back side? If you’re shopping for a racing seat, cover your behind and check out our overview of MasterCraft seats first!

  • May

    2015

    How to Choose the Best Off-Road Seat for your Dune Buggy, Sand Rail, or UTV

    Picking the best off-road seat for your racer requires more than a trip to the junkyard with a wrench. In this guide, we tell you what to look for in a good off-road seat and why you need the sporty safety and high quality that you can’t get from salvaged bucket seats.