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11-19-2009 03:33 AM
KTC
Anyone have experience with bestop seats/risers?

Changing out my drivers seat, to a Bestop trailmax (trailmax II I think). Got the Bestop riser to go with it. The instructions say to reuse my old seat track slide, but it's torn up and unusable.

Here's the n00b question: Do I even need a seat track slide with this seat and riser? I can't figure out what the track slide does, and my passenger seat (which as far as I know is original) doesn't even seem to have one. Also Bestop doesn't seem to make seat track slides, haha.

So can I mount the seat directly to the riser?

Many thanks for any advice.

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