I have a 2000 wrangler and am looking for a way to remove the front passenger seat.
I tow a boat. I have a 'Kicker' motor (A second smaller motor, not the main motor) that I mount to the boat and use for trolling and such. Towing the boat with the Kicker motor mounted on the boat is not good for the boat transom nor the mounting hardware.
So, I need to put the Kicker motor into my jeep, tow the boat to the ramp,take the kicker motor out of the jeep and mount it on the boat,then go catch many many fish!
I need to remove the seat so I can transport a 100Lb outboard motor which is to big to fit in the front with the pass seat there. (I cannot open my tailgate due to the boat trailer, so the kicker cannot go into the rear of the Jeep).
I do not want to remove the bracket, just the seat itself. I will remove the bracket If I have to, but do not want to try it (My luck with snapping bolts is incredable!).
I have slid the seat around and can see/feel one bolt/stud each side in the front of the seats (from underneath the sliding rail). These seem to attach the seat frame to the sliding rail. I can probably get a wrench on them (the nuts are underneath the seat, facing up on the 'top' of the sliding rail). The rear on the other hand seems to have two bolts/studs per side. I cannot reach in and feel the nuts that I suspect are on top of the sliding rail (much less get a wrench on them).
Any ideas? If I really have to I will take the whole bracket off, but would really rather not.