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post #61 of 72 (permalink) Old 11-15-2010, 10:36 AM
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I picked up the 3Gs a few months ago off craigslist. 270 for the pair, great upgrade from the first set.

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I would love the 3g seats. A set is for sale down here for 750 obo with 5 points. I have heard great things about the PRP and they are not a race seat. I have read they are great and for the money cant be beat.

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I picked up the 3Gs a few months ago off craigslist. 270 for the pair, great upgrade from the first set.
That is a STEAL for those seats!
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out here in Phoenix theres a place called BS Sand Seats that the locals here really like. I bought a set from them and have been very happy with the quality. They have a website if you google them.
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I put these in an f-150 i built and they fit like a glove(Im 6'1" 225lb) Attachment 12902

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I ordered a few of the cheaper reclining seats from Amazon (Rugged Ridge, Smittybilt) and took a look at them when they arrived. I returned both since the quality is nowhere near the same as the Mastercraft Baja RS seats.

I ended up grabbing the Baja RS seats and couldn't be happier. Bolted them up to the stock sliders and still have 100% the same functionality as the OEM seats which is key with my extracab and I'm sure with the Bronco also.

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Twisted Stich makes some very nice seats also.
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I put MC Baja RS recliners in mine. Very comfy even on very long drives and preruns.
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I ordered a few of the cheaper reclining seats from Amazon (Rugged Ridge, Smittybilt) and took a look at them when they arrived. I returned both since the quality is nowhere near the same as the Mastercraft Baja RS seats.

I ended up grabbing the Baja RS seats and couldn't be happier. Bolted them up to the stock sliders and still have 100% the same functionality as the OEM seats which is key with my extracab and I'm sure with the Bronco also.

These would look great in my '78. I especially like the center seat/console seat.
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Those are some sweet seats they have just been added to my ever growing wish list

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Does anyone know if the mastercrafts bolt to the stock sliders in the bronco?

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Does anyone know if the mastercrafts bolt to the stock sliders in the bronco?

A little late, but from what others have said, they bolt right up.




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