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    I was wondering if there is an option for an after market butt warmer for my polaris four wheeler? As I get older it seems I get colder in places I usually didn't. After hitting the trail for 12 hours one day moose hunting my butt was done! Any tips? I've tried hand warmers and toe warmers, but does anyone make butt warmers??? The best I can do is eat a can of chili the night before but I'm looking for a more consistent remedy to my problem. Thanks guys, and atv on!

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    They make a 12v electric pads you could sit on.

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    warmer pants!?
    I am serious... and don't call me Shirley.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM2K7sV-K74

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    Try searching for "seat heater" instead of "butt warmer." There are a few aftermarket seat heaters. The old snow machiners like them.
    Here is one example. No idea if it's good or not:
    http://www.amazon.com/WarmSeats-Wate.../dp/B00355RAJQ

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    Put sandpaper on your seat. Works for my wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magpie View Post
    I was wondering if there is an option for an after market butt warmer for my polaris four wheeler? As I get older it seems I get colder in places I usually didn't. After hitting the trail for 12 hours one day moose hunting my butt was done! Any tips? I've tried hand warmers and toe warmers, but does anyone make butt warmers??? The best I can do is eat a can of chili the night before but I'm looking for a more consistent remedy to my problem. Thanks guys, and atv on!
    Maybe you could take a bunch of that king sized font you use on all your posts and pack it under your ass. By now you'd probably have quite a bit of extra padding......
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    A friend of mine sells a pretty cool product that might work for you. Rather than get something that only helps while you are seated, why not look for something that will work anywhere you go? Here is a link to their website: http://www.arcticfireclothing.com/. They have thermal shorts that you can just use as an insulation layer or you could take advantage of the well placed pockets on the inside designed in hold the disposable heat packs you find at any outdoor store or Costco/Sams stores.

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    i just gutted an aftermarket seat cover from wall mart. I put it in (with extra foam) and 3M super weather strip adheasive in my newly apolstered argo seat. It has hi/med/low/off AND "masage" mode... it is NICE!

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    Some of the heated seat cover draw lots of current, did you measure how much and will your alternator keep up with the current drain?

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