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Unread 02-17-2014, 03:43 PM   #1
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Yj rear seat brackets

Does anyone have a picture of the rear seat brackets, I have a bench seat that was given to me, and I would like to install. The jeep has brackets on the wheel well one on each side. Then it looks like there should be two brackets mounted on the floor with two bolts in each, then is there something that attaches to the bottom of the seat?? Any help would be great

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I have the smaller brackets, already but don't have the bigger set. My question is that if it bolts to the floor,how does it attach to the seat. I assume that where the seat folds the posts that stick out attach to the small brackets that are on the side of the inner wall. it just seems like there is something that bolts to the bottom of the seat as well
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I have the smaller brackets, already but don't have the bigger set. My question is that if it bolts to the floor,how does it attach to the seat. I assume that where the seat folds the posts that stick out attach to the small brackets that are on the side of the inner wall. it just seems like there is something that bolts to the bottom of the seat as well
Sorry for the delayed response. The seat should have small metal loops on the bottom of the seat toward the front. The brackets slide into those two holes to allow it to tumble forward. The larger brackets mount to the floor where the holes are and the smaller square-like clips mount to the wheel well near the bottom. They are for the peg of the seat to rest in while it's in the upright position.
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