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Lifts your Jeep seats for height and comfort. Installs in 10 minutes. Free shipping. Seat Jackers® for Jeep Wrangler JL, Jeep Wrangler JLU, and Jeep Gladiator.
Uncomfortable in your Jeep Wrangler seats? 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. Seat Jackers 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 Jeep Wrangler seats, and help you get more comfortable than a stock Jeep JL, JLU or Gladiator.
JL Seat Jacker Guidelines:.
DETAILS AND FEATURES
Any modifications to your vehicle are done at your own risk.
FREE shipping within the US (Shipping outside the US will be calculated at checkout).
Installation Tools needed:
This makes much more of a difference than you’d realize. I’d you’re taller than 5’8” I highly recommended this. Jacking up the seat makes it tilt forward which is wildly uncomfortable! Spacers push it back to level for me. Also, trying to stack washers under the bolts are near impossible - don’t even bother, just go with this kit.
By far one of the best mods thus far on my Gladiator. My Gladiator build looks great and performs well with lift, wheels, tires & other suspension components but was unbearable to drive after a long period of time. I’m 6’ and the back of my legs would kill. The seat jackets were the answer, very easy to install. Man what a difference, thank you Desert Does It!
2021 Gladiator Overland with leather seats. Originally the seat felt like it was tipped forward. Not enough leg support is uncomfortable even on short trips. Now the seat is way more comfortable. Thanks
I loved my Jeep but now I love driving my Jeep. I used the front shims and now have great leg support, simple to install and huge value return.
Fit well, instructions were well written and provided the needed thigh support. Don't want to add the slammers yet but head room is still a problem