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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 patent pending front Seat Jackers will lift 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 help you find that reclined seating position that just isn't available in a stock 4Runner, GX, or FJ.
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).
Installs in less than 10 minutes.
*Any modifications to your seat are done at your own risk
I’ve had my 4Runner for about 9 years now. I’ve never hated my seats, but I’ve never thought they were the greatest either. I always read about taller people complaining about them and never fully agreed (I’m 6’2”). I saw some people talking about these risers and again, I didn’t think I really needed them. I kept seeing multiple posts and reviews about how much everybody loved them, so I figured I’d just give them a try. These have been great and well worth the money, I wish I would have had these for the last few years with some of the bigger trips I’ve gone on. My legs are more supported, which is the main goal here, but it shifts the seat enough to where the whole seat is just more comfortable in my opinion.
Very easy install and made a my driving position much more comfortable. Highly recommend for any Toyota.
Prompt delivery. Perfect fit. My wife (passenger) loves them. Much improved thigh support. Needs a deep 14mm socket for installation.
Great Mod. A must Mod (19’ TRD4X4). Better comfort with Seat Jackers. I highly recommend it to anyone. #MauiStyle
I’ll start out with saying that I’m 6’5” and am pretty susceptible to being uncomfortable in inferior vehicle seats. The unsupportive seats in my 4Runner Limited were my biggest gripe with the interior of an otherwise excellent SUV. I had been spoiled by years of nicely optioned German sedans with seemingly infinitely adjustable, well bolstered seats. My favorite seating position was to tilt the base of the seat back to give more support to the legs, which somehow means my hips and lower back can handle much longer times in the saddle. I was disappointed when I found that the 4Runner seats provide basically no tilt adjustment.
My first knowledge of this type of product came when a Facebook group member posted an ad for “seat lifters” he was producing. $100 for both front seats. That seemed steep, considering they were essentially a metal box with two holes drilled in it. After attempting to install in multiple ways, it became apparent that these cheaper mounts were not properly spaced for my seats. I’m not exactly a fan of “making it work” when it comes to something as integral to crash safety as the mounting points of a seat. The individual who sold these to me never responded to my message complaining of the improper fit.
I later discovered these seat jackers by Desert Does It. I thought $100 was expensive, but these suckers were even more expensive! I was determined to find some more comfort in these seats, and I figured it was still cheaper than buying something aftermarket. As soon as I received and installed them, I could justify the price. The fit and finish is perfect. The design is well thought-out. There is a noticeable improvement in comfort. I have no regrets with this purchase and I may even return to purchase on of their brackets that make use of the mounting points on the front of these.
Thank you, Desert Does It, for an excellent product.