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Old 07-29-2019, 02:58 PM
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Question Question Bracket under front passenger seat?

I pulled out the seats to tackle the rust and found a bracket of some sort under the passenger seat. The seat did not attach to it. Anyone know what this once secured?


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As stated above, it's for your bottle jack and tie iron/jack handle.
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As stated above, it's for your bottle jack and tie iron/jack handle.
Sorry for the fat fingered comment. Meant tire iron/handle.
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Did you find the jack handle extensions on the floor by the side sills?
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I saw the straps screwed to the floor and had no idea what they were for either. Thank you.

My first jeep and it did not come with a jack, but apparently a lot of rust under the carpet.

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