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Tired of feeling like you're sliding forward in your Bronco? Looking to get planted in your seat and actually use the lumbar support? Then its time to find that perfect seating position and get comfortable.
The Adjustable Front Seat Jackers will lift the front of your Ford Bronco front seats. The DDI kit is user adjustable in .375 inch increments and will lift the front of your Driver or Passenger seat from .375 inches to .75 inches. These will help you find that reclined seating position that just isn't available in a stock Bronco.
Each Seat Jacker is CNC milled from billet aluminum with a 1.5 degree slope to ensure your seat remains planted and provide the perfect mounting surface. The Seat Jackers come with threaded holes and hardware so that your spacers will never slip or get out of whack.
DETAILS AND FEATURES
Any modifications to your vehicle are done at your own risk.
Installation Tools needed:
I first came across the seat jackers when trying to make my Wrangler JL more comfortable. Installing them literally made a night & day difference in comfort. When I got the new Bronco, had the same issue. Was happy to see they were available and couldn't order fast enough!!! Once again, HUGE difference in comfort. For the record, I'm 6'3" with long legs and the seat jackers lift the front of the seat up enough to allow proper leg support. Just did a 3k mile trip in the Bronco and would've been miserable without them. Awesome product!!!
ADJUSTABLE FRONT SEAT JACKERS® (2021-2022 FORD BRONCO)
First - the product itself is solid. It does the job. Before installing the seat jackers I took a three hour trip in my Bronco and my back was killing me. After installing the seat jackers I took a 12 hour road trip to South Dakota to hunt ducks and my back felt great the whole way. I used BOTH seat jackers for maximum height and I'm glad I did. My body now rests comfortably in the seat. My wife drove the Bronco later and didn't even notice the seats had been jacked, which I take as a good thing. It means the seat has been tilted but not so much as to feel unusual. I do take some issue with the price - truly, it's only four pieces of metal and a couple bolts. But there's no alternative in the market and these have been engineered to fit the Bronco exactly. My biggest critique is the instructions. Pictures would help significantly. I was most confused by the direction to "remove all plastic" around the base of the seat. In reality, there is no way to remove all plastic around the base. Rather, you just need to pop off the rectangle caps above the bolts (which isn't exactly easy but is a far cry from removing ALL plastic). Also, this causes the plastic base to rise up so it no longer fits flush against the floor. If you're like me, that doesn't sound like an appealing option at all. However, I can say that after installing the jackers you don't notice it at all. I think the casual observer wouldn't know at all it doesn't look stock. The gap is very small. At the end of the day, this product saved my back and frankly saved my Bronco. I couldn't keep driving the vehicle without them.
This is exactly what I needed to put more pressure on the back of my thighs to reduce the awkward back hunch.
I really like my Bronco, but after a couple of hours my right leg was hurting. The combination of my height, the pedal location and accelerator pedal pressure caused a lot of nerve pain. There was just no way to adjust the seat to support my leg enough to unwind the ergonomics. I tried seat pads, lumbar supports too. Nothing really worked. I found a youtuber who tried these out and it seemed like he had the same issues I had. So I tried them out. After a 1000 miles, I can say WOW what a difference. These really worked for me. The improvement is amazing. A word of advice though. If you already have an aggravated siatic nerve, those take some time to heal. So give it a few weeks time to evaluate.
THANK YOU !