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Unread 04-15-2013, 03:50 PM   #1
cmyer
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Jeep Seat Bolt Patterns on Corbeau Seats

I am trying to answer a question and at the same time add value to the forum.

Several of the Corbeau Seats feature direct-fit bolt patterns for various Jeep seat brackets. This includes their Moab, RS, JP, and XRS models. However, all Corbeau advertises is that these fit "most CJ's and all YJ's". I was hoping for something a bit more specific.

Excluding those for the Corbeau Custom Brackets, the bolt holes on the bottom of the Corbeau XRS are as follows:

(Front to Rear x Side to Side)
1 - 15" x 14.5"
2 - 12.5" x 15"
3 - 13.5" x 15"

Anyone willing to add some value by measuring and posting their dimensions and which year/model Jeep you have? To be clear, this is the bolts that attach the seat bottom to the bracket.

Thanks,

cmyer

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Unread 04-16-2013, 01:32 PM   #2
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The dimensions you listed should cover the different risers that were available. Basically if you have a fixed driver's riser, or a driver's tilt riser. Those are the only differences I'm aware of in the YJ. The tilt risers are a bit shorter front to back that the ones w/ the fixed riser.
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