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Neri Style Introduces New Big Boy UTV Seat

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The full base mount design keeps the diver and passenger as low possible to maintain the racer driving position. Big Boy Seat full base in lots of cases prevents the Stock plastic base from breaking. The foam design is the best to lock you in place Big Boy Seat is a direct bolt-on to factory plastic bases.Fit geometry is custom designed for UTV and SUV Vehicles. This is a True Suspension seat,

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