|09-11-2007 08:58 PM|
|09-11-2007 08:39 PM|
|Gary1129||If ya remove the seat cover you can remove the whole sub-assembly that the headrests sit on(posts etc)..........one of the guys replaced a defective seat cover today|
|09-10-2007 05:29 PM|
|mike79||that was pretty bad|
|09-10-2007 11:36 AM|
|09-09-2007 01:20 PM|
|09-07-2007 09:37 PM|
Maybe that release and strap down trick will work for me.
|09-07-2007 06:48 PM|
|09-07-2007 01:40 PM|
|Gary1129||Dont know on the four doors but I agree I took mine off on my 2 door the day I got it.......g|
|09-06-2007 07:47 PM|
|Jase||I also read that you can release the seat enough for the headrests to fold back, and then use bungy cords to strap them down to the childseat anchor points. That way, if you do have passengers back there, you still have the headrests.. remember they are a safety feature and should be there if you have passengers in the back.|
|09-06-2007 07:42 PM|
|Jase||You can remove the headrest and still have the medal prongs there.. is that an option for you?|
|09-06-2007 03:34 PM|
|whiteyj||Torch? Bolt cutters? The spare parts pile begins...........|
|09-06-2007 02:27 PM|
|ezio350||I hear you, I dont think there is an easy way to remove them on the 4 doors. I couldnt figure an easy way to do so. We did remove them on my wife's 2 door, that was a cake....|
|09-06-2007 01:57 PM|
back seat head rests
I was looking out my rear view mirror the other day and was thinking....I sure could see a lot more back there if those annoying head rests were gone. Then I remembered that they are part of the fold flat rear seat mechanism on the JK Unimited (not sure if there are head rests on the JK backseat). So I looked and couldn't find any easy way to remove them.
Has anybody tried to remove their rear head rests yet? I'm assuming it won't be in the owner's manual.