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07-20-2010 08:03 AM
thaduke2003 I'd run a search- it looks like you'll actually be losing some room in the back with this setup- check over on JKO- there were some folks who've done this- but maybe I'm thinking of doing it with OEM seats... Mark W.
07-20-2010 12:21 AM
whiff Much THanks! Haven't seen the Corbeau adapter, but see MasterCraft at Quadratec. CAn't wait to get some recliners in the back. Everyone will enjoy comfort on road trips and off-road trips! Thanks!
07-18-2010 10:23 PM
thaduke2003 I would HIGHLY recommend going with another brand. Yes, these will work, but trusting the lowest bidder for safety equipment is like playing Russian roulette- eventually, you WILL lose.
Go Corbeau, or Mastercraft- more $, but WELL worth it- Mark W.
07-18-2010 06:08 PM
Smittybilt Rear Seat Adapter for Buckets?

I'm looking to replace the factory rear seat in my 4-door, 2008 with a pair of buckets. I see some of the vendors sell this bracket, but there is little info on any of it. Anyone know if these brackets can actually be used to pop in a couple of buckets with recline in the rear? Thank!

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