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Old 02-22-2019, 04:22 PM   #1
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Any of you guys run aftermarket seats? I've been looking for a set for my 190D and found these Cipher Auto brand ones - https://cipherauto.com/collections/p...bon-fiber-pair


I like the seats in my truck pretty well but the 190Ds could use some more support. Don't want to drop 3k on a Recaro though.
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Old 02-22-2019, 09:20 PM   #2
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I've always liked the Honda prelude seats...

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I have always liked those Honda seats but good luck finding a set.
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Bumping an old thread


Look at Sparco R100 seats. If you find the right seller like CarID or similar, you may have em shipped for free.
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Bump on an old thread, but I just ordered Jegs Part Number: 555-70240



They are back ordered... But whatever. I'll see what happens
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Those look nice. Is yours a King Cab or regular cab? Do they sit at a nice comfortable height? How did you install them?
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Old 04-03-2020, 01:16 PM   #7
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bride replicas that recline are fairly reasonable on facebook marketplace sometimes.
rhodefabrication sells HB seat brackets
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Waiting for these.



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Just picked these up, but have to bust out the grinder and welder to get them in.
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I put those Cipher seats in the 190 a while back and really like them so far. I've put a few thousand miles on the car with them in there and don't have any complaints. I used brackets from Planted and they fit perfectly including being able to attach the OEM seatbelt receiver. I was considering Sparco but they cost more than I wanted to spend.
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