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first off, new here, i just got the cat 1000 about a week ago and man this thing is sweet. now im looking at seats probably twisted stitch or beard what do you guys think what holds up better and what is more comfortable? are the front seats that much of an improvement or keep the stocks in front and go with a suspension bench cage and 3 points on the way.
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I have done a few with twisted seat and we all love them ... we also sell a rear seat mount that has hole to mount the stock seats in the back or a bench or another seat of twised buckets its our tri mount
 

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Our first set for stock have arrived- Very Nice!! More bucket like than the Vortex and these have the side slots for the harness.



 

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When I shopped around there wasn't a lot of choices for seats for the XTZ, TS only offered the cruiser for the prowler unless you cut the side bar then you can go with the aggressor that's what I did with a full cage and doors, witch I recommend doors even if you don't go with the full cage, the Aggressor seat's are still a little to upright on the stock base mount, I shimmed the front bolt's couple of inches and now they feel really good.
If you can sit in as many seats that fit the XTZ as you can, seats are something you only want to buy once. good luck
 

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i was wondering about cutting the side bar i talked to serena @ sdhq and she said ts is working on a narrow agressor to fit without cutting the side bar not sure when it will be available though. do you have pics? where did you tie the cage in? thanks for all the help guys
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for the XTZ we built the seat frames for the twisted stitch vortex seats to fit in with out cutting anything. i dont know the difference in the 650 or older models. but they have a special frame they use that we made for them on the vortex. im sure now they have the dimensions, its only time til they make more
 

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there is some pics of my cat on the forum black doors, Mine feels a little tight with the bar gone if they make a seat with the bar that might be really tight and I'm a small guy 5'8" the votec was not an option at the time, I'd go with that one
 

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Our first set for stock have arrived- Very Nice!! More bucket like than the Vortex and these have the side slots for the harness.



So, are these the seats you have for the XTZ? I ask because they're sitting in a Rhino. If so, how much lower do they sit compared to stock seats?
 

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I love my twisted stitch vortex seats!! very comfortable and they look really good too!
 

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WE NOW HAVE ALL OF OUR SEATS, AVAILABLE FOR THE PROWLER.:naughty:
A few quick questions for you TS, sell me on your Vortex's. Are they a true full suspension seat. I'm in a buildup right now with a XTZ. I am looking very hard at the Vortex's, but am being asked to use my machine for building up another brand seat.
I really like the look of the Vortex's though. Do you have front and side schematic dimensions on the Vortex. The reason I ask is because the Prowler only has room for a 20 inch wide seat, which the TS has, but I'm also concerned about the rear rake of the seat back. Will it fit in the current space without making you feel like your legs are crammed into the dash or you are sitting straight up. We are lowering the seat mounts 4 inches and moving them rearward 2 inches (the bed is being trimmed for fit of the seats).
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Thanks for the reply Johnny, looks like TS Vortex's it is for my build up.
 
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