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ARE THERE ANY AFTERMARKET OR OEM SEATS THAT ARE SOFTER AND NOT SO TIGHT. I BROKE MY BACK AND THE SEATS HIT ME IN THE SPOT I BROKE. HURTS AFTER ABOUT A HOUR. THANKS. :confused: :confused: :rolleyes:
 

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stop typing in all caps first of all dude. theres not much luxury wise besides leather. not softer really. might have to just take a break from driving or something if possible, or get some good pain emds.
 

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You could always crank the seat back a bit and put a full body pillow down and sit on that. I know what your thinkin.....Ghetto, but it might help your back.
 

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Caps Mean That You Are Yelling. Ahhhhhhh

Hey that is your first post.

Welcome and I am a member of the pics police and you are in violation.
 

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Welcome! Don't feel like you've been slammed on your first post. :D

Our seats are not the most comfortable. You can do a search for seat covers with extra padding as an option. Not sure how to make them any less tight though. Good luck with that.
 

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also maybe go to a local aftermarket shop...look for a seat with an adjustable lumbar support...some seats are adjustable in several ways so you are bound to find something useful...
Best suggestion ever! Having had a bout with sciatica, I realize how important seating comfort can be. Can't even imagine what you must be feeling.

BTW, welcome! :cool:


*O/T - How'd you break your back (if you don't mind me asking.)*
 

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I'm sure it is completely unhelpful, but there are these seatcovers that are like giant pillows, they looked so comfy and they weren't too expensive that we had been considering a couple sets. I believe they were JDM, possibly. I don't even recall who made them! :(

Anyway, you might be able to find something like that. But the adjustable lumbar support thing sounds like the way to go. Good luck!
 

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Ohh and dont forget about the old mod of placing washers under the front bolts to raise the end of the seat and make it in to more of a reclining position.
 
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