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Old February 25th, 2013, 10:20 AM
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Exmoor Trim USA Puma Seat Introductory Sale

As an introductory offer Exmoor Trim USA is offering front and middle Puma seats at 30% off retail for all in stock seats.
On offer are the following seats:
1. Puma Front Seat RH Twill Vinyl (ETUSA306-TV) Sale Price $578.99
2. Puma Front Seat LH Twill Vinyl (ETUSA305-TV) Sale Price $578.99
3. Puma Front Seat RH Black Span (ETUSA306-BS) Sale Price $604.99
4. Puma Front Seat Black Span (ETUSA305-BS) Sale Price $604.99
5. Puma 60/40 Middle Seat Twill Vinyl (ETUSA308-TV) Sale Price $1970.99
6. Puma 60/40 Middle Seat Black Span (ETUSA308-BS) Sale Price $2044.99
All seats are brand new and Genuine Land Rover Parts. Prices do not include shipping from Florida.
Please contact Safari HP at 407.517.4983 or via email at info@safarihp.com for shipping quotes or to arrange purchase.
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Old February 25th, 2013, 10:56 AM
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Will the middle row bolt right up in a nas 110 or do they need modification?
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Old February 25th, 2013, 11:30 AM
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There is a video thats been posted here about mounting the seats. You'll need a few additonal parts to make it happen.



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Will the middle row bolt right up in a nas 110 or do they need modification?
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Old February 25th, 2013, 12:25 PM
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You'll need a few additional parts to make it happen.
AND cut/reshape the tub to do it right. It's not the end of the world, but it is certainly more than a bolt in operation, unless you like plywood solutions. GLWS, they're awesome seats.



Take a look at the tub cut outs on a Puma tub (@ 0:20) and you can see why the RuggedGuide folks had troubles with the angles and used shims/plywood hack. An accurate template of the tub mod would be a great addition to go with the rear seats.

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Old February 25th, 2013, 01:17 PM
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So if the rear seats still require a bunch of fab work why pay the added price over the cost of Disco seats? Sounds like similar fab costs.

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Old February 26th, 2013, 08:45 AM
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So if the rear seats still require a bunch of fab work why pay the added price over the cost of Disco seats? Sounds like similar fab costs.

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Because they're actual defender parts? Rangie and disco seats in a Defender looks like a kludge.
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Old March 3rd, 2013, 10:57 AM
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Would the Puma second roll fit a 130?
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Will the front PUMA seats bolt right in to NAS SW?
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Old March 4th, 2013, 06:43 AM
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Will the front PUMA seats bolt right in to NAS SW?
Yes they are a direct bolt in on the front seats for NAS. If you have the older 8 bolt seats then the seat box has to be modified to the NAS like 4 bolt configuration.

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Would the Puma second roll fit a 130?
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The middle seats we have are for wagons only. 130s and 110 crews require a different seat which we can provide also.
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Old March 28th, 2013, 11:46 AM
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Great day here as we unpack new items.

Just received a few more sets of Puma front seats in Black Span and Twill Vinyl so the sale continues.

2 more sets of each trim up for grabs.
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Ok. are these seats far superior to the NAS 90 seats? I really just see a change in the headrest. Can some one point out any other differences. I get that if you 90 seats are trashed this would be the way to go, but if your 90 seats are good what would be the reason to upgrade?
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Old March 28th, 2013, 03:52 PM
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As an introductory offer Exmoor Trim USA is offering front and middle Puma seats at 30% off retail for all in stock seats.
On offer are the following seats:
1. Puma Front Seat RH Twill Vinyl (ETUSA306-TV) Sale Price $578.99
2. Puma Front Seat LH Twill Vinyl (ETUSA305-TV) Sale Price $578.99
3. Puma Front Seat RH Black Span (ETUSA306-BS) Sale Price $604.99
4. Puma Front Seat Black Span (ETUSA305-BS) Sale Price $604.99
5. Puma 60/40 Middle Seat Twill Vinyl (ETUSA308-TV) Sale Price $1970.99
6. Puma 60/40 Middle Seat Black Span (ETUSA308-BS) Sale Price $2044.99
All seats are brand new and Genuine Land Rover Parts. Prices do not include shipping from Florida.
Please contact Safari HP at 407.517.4983 or via email at info@safarihp.com for shipping quotes or to arrange purchase.
What about genuine flip and folds for the load space?
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Old March 29th, 2013, 05:50 PM
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We can do flip and folds but I would suggest consideration as to do them correctly it would be less time consuming (but more costly) to swithc your rear tub.

The seats will not fit the 90 degree sides of a NAS like tub without modification.

We did just install a set in a proper Puma like tub and they are comfortable and seem safe.

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What about genuine flip and folds for the load space?
------ Follow up post added March 29th, 2013 05:52 PM ------

These seats are more comfortable for sure but if your seats are not trashed them there may be little gain from swapping out the seats for a Puma.

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Ok. are these seats far superior to the NAS 90 seats? I really just see a change in the headrest. Can some one point out any other differences. I get that if you 90 seats are trashed this would be the way to go, but if your 90 seats are good what would be the reason to upgrade?
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Old March 29th, 2013, 07:01 PM
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Can you guys supply new 90 station wagon plastic side trims, that surround the sliding side windows? If so, how much?
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Old March 29th, 2013, 08:00 PM
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We can do flip and folds but I would suggest consideration as to do them correctly it would be less time consuming (but more costly) to swithc your rear tub.

The seats will not fit the 90 degree sides of a NAS like tub without modification.

We did just install a set in a proper Puma like tub and they are comfortable and seem safe.
If you guys made up drop in preformed sheet metal mody mods for the puma seats as an extra kit, with a cutout template and a bag of pop-rivets, I think you would sell a bunch of them. And doing a cutout and then pop-riveting in would certainly be way easier in my mind than doing a body swap, in particular when dealing with an NAS SW with a cage.

If not you, then someone should make a body mod kit for installation of puma seats.

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Old March 29th, 2013, 08:51 PM
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We have the body mod kit already. Just never offered it.

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If you guys made up drop in preformed sheet metal mody mods for the puma seats as an extra kit, with a cutout template and a bag of pop-rivets, I think you would sell a bunch of them. And doing a cutout and then pop-riveting in would certainly be way easier in my mind than doing a body swap, in particular when dealing with an NAS SW with a cage.

If not you, then someone should make a body mod kit for installation of puma seats.

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