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This is a discussion on New seats within the Wolverine General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; Hey guys, other then the yxz seats, has anyone upgraded their seats and if so which ones and how do you like them? Been looking ...

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    Hey guys, other then the yxz seats, has anyone upgraded their seats and if so which ones and how do you like them? Been looking online and they're all @$1k and just Checking to see if it's worth that much? Send pics if you have also please. Thanks as always!
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    I am mildly tempted for seats but have stalled the urge after I installed an old sheepskin cover on my bottom cushion. But I was looking at the Corbeau units which they have for a more affordable $600 a pair. (I think Summit carries them) They have a couple of units that are interesting, a set made specifically for a Razor and doubt not too hard to adapt with a flat bracket.
    Edit= biggest challenge I have to buying seats is I want to put my butt in them before I give away hundreds of dollars! and I am sure the shipping return on seats is not cheap.
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    I admit that I am very tempted to explore replacing the seats with either PRP or Simpson suspension seats. Both are available with custom fabric color selections and while not cheap, are no more pricey than some of the other options we manage to find money to buy.
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    I personally think the seats in the X2 are not very comfortable compared to the Master Craft Racing seats i had in my Rhino which by the way will not fit in the X2 because they are to wide. I called PRP and there seats will fit on the passenger side of the X2 but not on the drivers side since the brackets have been changed from the 1st gen.
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    Has any one on this forum after market seats in there Wolverine 1st gen or 2nd generation. Looking for feed back.
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