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Jeep Adjustable Rear Seat Jackers (2018+ Wrangler JL/JLU / 2018+ Gladiator JT)



  • 2018+ Jeep Wrangler JL/JLU
  • 2018+ Jeep Gladiator JT


Tools Needed

  • Ratchet with T50 Torx (Jeep Tool Kit) or E12 E-Torx Socket (Jeep Gladiator)
  • 8mm key or allen socket
  • Blue Loctite

Included Parts

2 - M10 1.5 x 40mm - Flange
2 - M10 1.5 x 60mm - Flange
2 - .25 Inch Shims, 2 - .5 Inch Shims, 2 - .75 Inch Shims



Desert Does It will not be liable for any loss, damage, or injury directly or indirectly from the use or the inability to determine the use of these products. Before using or installing, the user shall determine the suitability of the products for its intended use, and the user shall assume all responsibility and risk in connection therewith. Any modifications to your vehicle are done at your own risk.


General Note: To help prevent cross threading during installation, we recommend verifying bolts and threads by taking the applicable bolts and threading them in by hand to the corresponding hole.

  1. Step One: Remove both front factory seat base bolts and loosen rear seat bolts as much as .5” (t50 Torx or E12 E-Torx).
  2. Step Two: Take the Seat Jackers with the threaded holes and slide them under the seat rails with the wings facing back. If desired add .25” spacers on top by interlocking them with the .75” Seat Jackers. Reference pictures on website for more details.
  3. Step Three: With optional blue Loctite, reinstall the factory bolts through the countersunk hole in each front Seat Jacker and thread them into the floor.
  4. Step Four: Carefully align the Seat Jackers so the threaded holes are visible through the top of the seat rails. Torque front Seat Jacker bolts to 35 ft-lbs.
  5. Step Five: With blue Loctite, insert the new shorter black socket head bolts through each seat rail and thread them into the Seat Jackers. If only using the .75” block, use the threaded hole in front of both Seat Jackers. If using the block and .25” spacer, use the rear threaded hole on the outside Seat Jacker and the front threaded hole on the transmission tunnel Seat Jacker. Start with the transmission tunnel bolt first, these bolts go in at a slight angle. BE CAREFUL NOT TO CROSS THREAD THE BOLTS, IF THEY DO NOT ALIGN, REALIGN THE SEAT RAILS. SOMETIMES YOU WILL NEED TO WIGGLE THE ENTIRE SEAT FRAME TO GET THE BOLTS TO LINE UP. Torque these bolts to 35 ft-lbs.
  6. Step Six: Don’t forget to tighten the bolts on the back of the seat and toque all seat bolts to 35 ft-lbs.