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This is a discussion on Seats for Round bottoms? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I just bought my WRX and didn't notice anything wrong on the test drives. Since driving to work everyday, I ...

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    Seats for Round bottoms?

    I just bought my WRX and didn't notice anything wrong on the test drives. Since driving to work everyday, I noticed that the metal bars that make the seat hold your bottom in place are poking into my upper thighs. It's getting annoying. Anyone know of a good seat to buy that might be a bit more comfortable for a larger guy? The metal bars that make the seat cusion go up are just hurtin me! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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    Search a little, I've seen stuff, meanwhile I'll just stay comfy
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    you may have luck finding soomeone who wants to sell his STi seats becuse these don't hold that much and are much more comfy for bigger guys.
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    Thanks folks, I will continue my quest for a comfortable seat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelpME
    Thanks folks, I will continue my quest for a comfortable seat!

    I have the same problem, just got used to it. But I have heard of people taking the seat cover off and adding padding under there, between the bolsters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by go1d1e
    I have the same problem, just got used to it. But I have heard of people taking the seat cover off and adding padding under there, between the bolsters.


    Thanks I might just have to try that.

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