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Defender 110 Seat upgrade.

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by Conall, Jun 6, 2018.

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  1. Conall

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    I haven't got this exact model but I have a previous version of their elite seat which has a separate headrest. If the new ones are anything like I've got, they're very good - still looking fairly smart six years later and I do some long trips - sometimes as much as 600-700 miles a day. Of course, I get out and stretch my legs every couple of hours, but they're fine to drive around in all day and the only problem I have is that the sole of my right foot goes a bit numb where it presses on the pedals. But that's not the fault of the seats.
     
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    Don't know whether this is still an open query, but I fitted some of these this weekend, and while they are obviously far from cheap, as far as I am concerned they are worth every penny. Good hold, infinitely more comfortable than my beaten up standard seats, and a nice high driving position. Plus they look smart as a carrot.
     
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    4C7C3CE5-1570-449A-8BF1-F01C241F74B7.jpeg 93DBD16E-F1E7-4616-92D2-198182E301FE.jpeg DFD77E91-F18C-4AE5-831E-78623F113A92.jpeg These are mine in my 110 albeit they are the full leather version. One of the best mods I’ve done. Make a real difference on long journeys especially with the lumbar adjustments and are heated. As stated above though they are not cheap and if you haven’t got seat risers already I’d suggest buying some as you won’t be able to move the seats backwards much without them. Build quality of Exmoor gear is very good in my opinion. :)
     
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    Very smart indeed. I went for
    the diamond pattern instead of
    the full leather for various reasons, price being one! Did you replace the middle row seats too, and if so where are they from - are they Exmoor too?

    Interesting that you should raise the seat risers - my seats are jammed at the back of the sliders and could probably do with going back another inch, and I am not particularly tall. Will look at getting some risers to add the option of a bit more movement back I think.

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    No, back seats are the standard part leather ones. Couldn’t afford to get them done at the same time. My intention is to put ‘Elite’ seats in there, take out the middle seat and put another cubby box in.
    Seat risers are a definite as the seats are big and utilise what little room there is. I got mine from Bearmach and they are Exmoor Trim risers.
     
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