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Old 12-09-09
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Default Suspension seats in NH

why didn't my GLS NH come with suspension seats and if i was to get some from a wreakers how much should i expect to pay for them
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You most probaly have a standard GLS no sunroof, no electric windows and no cruise control. Depends on the wreckers, could be $50 a seat or $200 a seat
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See here: http://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/...ead.php?t=7119
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you really dont need susspension seats in the NH as they have soft susspension allready, not like driving a toyota landy ute.
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i think the sspension seats are one of the best things ive sat on.

therr called the captian chairs in my paj.lol
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I'm looking for them as well, at least a drivers' side base. There was a pair in Gehrang, Victoria on eBay. They didn't sell at $150. Geographically undesirable for me, so I'll keep looking in SE QLD while I work on an adaptor for my GenI suspension base to go into my NJ.
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we had at one stage the nk and the nh
we sold the nk and purchased a sedan but we kept the nh due to two main reasons
1 the engine is a free spinner and 2 the nh has suspension seats
other than a few cosmetics and the obvious power of engines, the two cars are the same
I am an instructor and assessor with the 4wd association and therefore see a reasonable amount of offroad driving and lets just say the suspension seats save my butt and back.............so to speak.
pity the laws changed and they couldnt continue fitting them
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pity the laws changed and they couldnt continue fitting them
This is new to me. They are illegal to fit?
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suspensions seats FTMFW!!! they are the best thing since sliced bread, i have heard of wreakers asking 300 a pair for them :S but look around and you should get them cheaper
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not sure of the year of manufacture, but I was informed that the suspension seats were no longer available as they no longer complied with ADR. What the reason was that was given to me was, that there was the possibility that when the driver went downward the seatbelt could retract and and lock in. Therefore making it more difficult to control the vehicle as the driver would be held back and be locked into the seat. Now lets be real and stop living in a what if world, I owned a 1985 pajero wagon with suspension seats for 10 years and I have owned the 1991 since 1995, both have them and I have never been PINNED back and lost control. I believe that trucks still have them but that is because they are now allowed to mount the seatbelts to the seat instead of the vehicle
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