Seat is available in 2 seat heights for better rider height accommodation.
upholstery materials that is designed to be cold crack resistant.
Seat construction is of the highest quality.
Comfort is a top concern in the construction of the seat, besides adding some major bling to your sled too.
When I started my sled build project we looked around to see what was available for after market seats, that would meet out projects quality demands. Wasatch Recreational Products out of Utah was the one company that could meet the quality demands that we were looking for.
Bare in mind when you are looking for a seat you need to ask yourself some questions before you make the plunge to install a new seat on your sled.
1: What type of riding do you do, mountain or flat lands?
Ok, right about now you are going say that I am labeling you as a rider, and yes you are correct. Mountain riders need a higher seat so you can make that transition from setting to standing a lot easier. So they ride standing up a lot, and are not so concerned with being protected by a windshield. Of course Mountain sledders do not enjoy the speeds that we flatlander's can achieve either. Like they say a good day in the mountains is not measured by distance, but the fun it takes to traverse those slopes.
So, if you are running fast, high speed trails like we have a plenty here in the U.P. of Michigan, you need a normal seat height so you can tuck in behind that windshield, to keep from getting frost bite when you are hauling the mail. For us a really good day is putting a couple hundred miles in, and seeing some great scenery too boot. I can go for a ride where I live, and cover a 100 miles in the a.m.. Lets see a mountain rider do that, well maybe with the sled in their pick up bed on the way to the mountains, right
So, it's very important that you think about what type of riding, where you will be riding, and how you would like your seating position to be, before you run out and purchase a new seat. You could easily make a mistake that will be very hard on the pocket book.
With that in mind, when you call WRP up, let them know exactly what type of riding you will be doing, so they can help guide you into making the correct purchasing decision, that will make you happy. I purposely am showcasing the WRP Standard Height Seat and the Plus 2 Seat to give you a better idea of how much difference 2 inches can make in your seating position. Hopefully this will allow you the opportunity to check out both seats before you give WRP a call.
When you do receive your seat you will notice that it was made by a Master Crafts Person right here in the U.S.A., not abroad. That alone would sway me to buy American.
Bottom Line, when you are thinking of upgrading your seat or thinking of adding running boards to your sled, please take the time to check out what Wasatch Recreational Products has to offer you. I am glad I did, and I will be adding WRP Products to my Polaris Dragon next.