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Ok so I want some corbeau seats for my interior. I need your assistance in some deciding. I want the cr1 or a4's. Don't know whether to get black or black/grey. Also don't know whether to get cloth or microsuede. There is such a price difference with cloth to microsuede I would just go with cloth. However I want to know how well cloth wears and whatnot. Pics would help me as well as some experience with these seats. Here is a pic of my interior to help...
 

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I also am a sucker for the stock seats. If you are set on getting different ones though I would go with a set of black ones. You have enough of a mix between the gray and black to pull it off. May even complement the black more. And face it black is :love
 

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I like my seats now too but I really like corbeaus
 

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That's what I was thinking. And a4 to cr1 in wide cloth there is a crazy price difference and they look so similar. I would just assume go cheaper but I don't want them to be Less good u know
 

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I debated lg1 at first but they r too bulky for me..
 

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Very true..
 

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I have the cloth Cr1's. I like the them.
 

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Ran down to the garage, un covered it and shot a picture for you. Note I'm still waiting to buy the Corbeau harness bar.

 

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man i hope you never get in an accident using a harness bar. Chances are you'll be strangled by the harnesses.

 

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What do you suggest instead? Or are you saying that the Corbeau on isn't strong?
 

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What do you suggest instead? Or are you saying that the Corbeau on isn't strong?
nothing beats a rollcage or roll bar. I cringe whenever I see people running harness bars just because it's cheaper/less labor intensive. personally, I like living, and something as thin and bolt in as a flimsy harness bar is a big safety issue and I would not trust it in an accident.

4-point cage minimum if you want to run harnesses IMO.


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nothing beats a rollcage or roll bar. I cringe whenever I see people running harness bars just because it's cheaper/less labor intensive. personally, I like living, and something as thin and bolt in as a flimsy harness bar is a big safety issue and I would not trust it in an accident.

4-point cage minimum if you want to run harnesses IMO.


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Good point.
 

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nothing beats a rollcage or roll bar. I cringe whenever I see people running harness bars just because it's cheaper/less labor intensive. personally, I like living, and something as thin and bolt in as a flimsy harness bar is a big safety issue and I would not trust it in an accident.

4-point cage minimum if you want to run harnesses IMO.


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Agree, Just look how cheap that thing looks.
 

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What's the story behind the picture? Rolled or T-boned or?
 
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