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Seat Heaters

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by nakman, Feb 24, 2004.

  1. nakman

    nakman addict. Supporting Vendor

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    Hey Christo, when tf did you start selling seat heaters? http://www.sleeoffroad.com/products/products_interior_main.htm

    so has anyone got a set yet? how was the install? how hot do they get? does the switch go in the useless quarter holders? so many questions...
     
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    Hummmmm. Can I install them myself, or do they need professional installation? Slee?? Where are ya?
     
  3. Tank

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    Yes Christo Do tell....My wife wants to know!

    (Junk keep you comments to yourself)
     
  4. hoser

    hoser SILVER Star

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    There are many DIY kits on the market for heated seats. Yes, you can install them yourself--that is, if you are comfortable of taking your seats apart.
     
  5. Gumby

    Gumby Supamod Staff Member s-Moderator

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    Got heated seats in the 40. Came out a Volvo. :D

    The quarter slots are pretty worthless UNLESS you live in a toll area, then they are very necessary. I hate people that pull up to the booth and screw around looking for change.
     
  6. erics_bruisers

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    I have heaters -- they're decent -- make sure and get the back and butt wamers, 2 temp --

    -- and put the switch in the right place!

    Too bad I don't drive this cruiser in the winter --

    :)

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    BTW, I wouldn't tear my seats apart myself -- ask C&#039:Dan the gear you need to do it -- that'll be a scare in itself --

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  8. Junk

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    Nakman, where you been? :slap:

    Does Christo need to send you a personal email every time he adds a new product for sale? :flipoff2: He's had them on his site for a little while and Eric mentioned them a few times.

    Gumby, don't ya'll have Easypass or anything like that out there yet?
     
  9. Gumby

    Gumby Supamod Staff Member s-Moderator

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    Yup. i got a I-pass now. It's the only way to fly. makes you forget how much they hose ya to drive on s***ty roads.
     
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    By the way, heard that Cdan is working on developing some custom seat coversl
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  11. cruiserdan

    cruiserdan SupportingVendor Emeritus Moderator

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    Hees baaaaack, :flipoff2:


    Junk has returned :D
     
  12. nakman

    nakman addict. Supporting Vendor

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    Sorry Junk... my cyber-muddin' kinda goes in waves, you know? I did search first if that means anything :D anything else happening that I need to get up to speed on? And great "flame" pic.. is that a pun? And yes, Christo please email me each and every time you offer a new product. ;) you know how I need to always be in the know... come to think of it, you ever think of doing an email list?

    Thanks for the pic Eric, that was exactly what I was hoping to see. Guess I'll be bugging those guys about these next week when I'm down there for some other stuff.. :)