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Seats that look nice and are comfortable

Being as though I'm stuck with my turd since it'll pretty much be a new truck after its all said and done, it makes no sense to spend money on another used vehicle. I'm wondering what people are doing to make the ride a little more comfortable?

Is there any aftermarket seats that look nice? Are there any models with more comfortable seating? How are the leather seats in the 98-02 trucks compared to the cloth as far as comfort? What are my options.

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Awesome I love my heated leather seats and probably never own another truck w/o heated leather. Never experanced heated leather seats until this one and these are too nice. A Hi and Low setting really puts the icing on the cake.

I have had back problems ever since I started correcting frames on the big trucks. The heated leather on hi just really soothes my back when it bothers me. I don't need to take as much pain killers, stretches, etc. to make it feel better when I just drive for a hour with it on hi.
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As for the cloth seats I've had no problems... 2002 Dodge with 40/20/40 cloth seat are great...

I've got a bit of a back problem myself but the seat seem to just mold to my back just perfect. I've got at least 2.5 to 3 hour drive to get to my Girlfriends place in Emmett, ID. By the time I get there I ready to crawl out of the truck but I'm not hurting from the seats...

I don't have it like Philly... Standard cloth seats... No heat, no adjustable lumbar, no power seat adjustments, etc... Just seats...:

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I don't have it like Philly... Standard cloth seats... No heat, no adjustable lumbar, no power seat adjustments, etc... Just seats...:

I forgot to Mention the lumbar system is nice.
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well I just have the plain jane cloth seats and it feels like I'm sitting on bleachers at a stadium, I really hate it. Philly could you post a picture of your leather if at all possible? I may be on a search for them, just maybe.

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Also the seats in the 1500-3500 are the same correct?

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that just LOOKS a lot more comfortable than this:






are all the seats the same 98-02 in the Ram trucks 1500-3500?

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