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If you are struggling to find that comfortable seating position during your commute or road trip, you might be suffering from a lack of leg support. The Jeep adjustable Seat Jackers will lift and tilt the front of your driver or passenger seat to provide that much-needed leg support without significantly impacting headroom. In many cases this has alleviated lower back stress felt during longer drives.
These will put that perfect recline in your seat cushion and will help you find that seating position that just isn't available in a stock Jeep JL, JLU or Gladiator.
- Fits 2018+ Jeep Wranglers JLs, JLUs and Jeep Gladiators
- Lifts FRONT of Driver or Front Passenger seat either .75" or 1".
- Bolts in with no modifications
- Made from aircraft grade 7075 Aluminum
- Includes longer better than factory-grade hardware (Class 12.9)
- Satin black powder coat
- Proudly Made In America
Installation Tools needed:
- Jeep tool kit
- 6mm Ball-End Allen Key or Socket
- 5mm Ball-End Allen Key or Socket
- Installation can take up to 30 minutes due to bolt angles.
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Good quality, easy to install. These work as I expecting, giving my legs very good thigh support.
This is exactly what I was looking for. I was used to driving in a BMW with sport seats and my Jeep was painful to drive on long trips. The Front Seat Jackers gave my long legs just the right amount of lift. Can't wait to take a long road trip now.
Easy install, major results! the lack of tilt to seats without these blocks were giving me back pain. Solved!
Put the kit in my 2020 Gladiator Mojave. I'm a big guy at 6'3" 275 and knees were almost hitting dash and felt no support under knees for seats. This moves seat up and angles back. Gained at least 2" of knee room and tilt is at least 1 1/2 inches giving me leg support. Just had both hips replaced this year and was killing me driving over 30 minutes with original setup. Drove 2 hours this weekend with kit in much better. Not for short drivers. Posted some ideas on JT Gladiator forum https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/gladiator-drivers-seat.33664/page-2#post-572259