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Old 03-24-2011, 11:50 AM   #1
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Rampage 50513xx Split Fold & Tumble Rear Seat

I'm considering buying one of these for my 98 TJ Wrangler. Does anyone have any experiences with this bench? Do you think it was a good product? Thanks!

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Old 03-24-2011, 09:40 PM   #2
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I have one that I put in my 2000TJ, I like it however you have to drill six holes two for each of the front 3legs, which they don't tell you, but I have no complaints about the product itself and from the one person that has ridden in back using that seat says its more comfortable then the factory bench seat that use to be there.

Check around on your pricing. I got mine through 4WDParts, but because of the shipping cost I opted for in store pick up which might be alittle bit cheaper.
Hope this helps you.

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That's great advice. Thanks! Did yours come with the mounting bolts? Also, I'll definitely check out 4WDParts.
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it came with 4 of the bolts, but they weren't even long enough to really work specially if your drilling is a bit off because right about where the seat sits there is reinforcement section under the body that helps stiffens its. Also just bit of forwarning on the right side about where you have to drill there is a small heat shield for the exhust under there. For the most part you can do it yourself, but when it comes time to bolt everything down a second person would differntly be very helpful to make sure that you can get the bolts down and get the nuts on them and get eveything tighten up.

If you have anymore question please feel free to shoot me message or just post back to this and I will get back to it ASAP.

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