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Old 04-08-2012, 09:39 PM
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Fit 1991-1995 YJ Seats to a 1990 YJ

I have a 1990 YJ and got newer (I think 1991-1995 YJ seats - could be newer though). I want to put the newer seats in, but the risers are not the same spacing.

What is the easiest way of getting the new seats to fit? I would rather not weld. Are there risers and sliders available which would allow for this conversion?
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Try getting risers from a newer yj. My wife's 93 had wider seats then my 87 and the driver's seat didn't tilt forward. Because of the wide seats, the center console is thinner too

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Old 04-09-2012, 06:37 AM   #3

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I just did this myself. Pulled seats out of a 94 to go into my 91. The risers and sliders are different but I got all of the parts so it should bolt right up.
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