*2020 Patent Pending*
2018+ Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator
Any modifications to your vehicle are done at your own risk.
- T50 Torx with ratchet (Jeep Tool Kit) or E-Torx Socket (Jeep Truck)
- 8mm and 5mm allen key or allen socket
- Step One: Remove both front factory seat base bolts and loosen rear seat bolts (t50 Torx or E12 E-Torx).
- Step Two: Gently lift the front of the seat and slide the smaller block under the seat rail nearest the transmission tunnel. The smaller threaded hole on one end should be facing forward. Reference pictures on website for more details.
- Step Three: Take the larger Seat Jacker and slide it under the seat rail nearest the door. The smaller threaded hole on one end should be facing the REAR. Reference pictures on website for more details.
- Step Four: With blue Loctite, reinstall the factory bolts through the countersunk hole in each Seat Jacker and thread them into the floor. Align the Seat Jackers so they are parallel to the seat rails and the threaded holes are visible through the top of the seat rails. 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 35ftlbs.
- Step Five: With blue Loctite, insert the provided black socket head bolts through each seat rail and thread them into the Seat Jackers. Don’t forget to tighten the rear bolts and torque all bolts to 35ftlbs.
Check bolt torque at regular intervals and don’t forget to post a review.