Originally Posted by Idaho-Jeep
I am going to answer my own question...
I had the time and the parts so I went ahead and put the spacers under the passenger side also. If you slide the passenger seat all the way forward and then lift the back it will just rub a little on the under side of the dash area. Not much - not enought to hurt anything. I really like having both seats raised! One of the first things my wife and I thought when driving/riding in the TJ was that we felt to low - not any more - hockey pucks are the perfect spacer in my opinion. I used a saws-all to cut them square then a belt sander upside down to round over the corners. Both seats took about 2 1/2 hours to do and I am very happy with the results!
PS. I found black grade 8 metric bolts and washers at my local auto parts store that worked great. I wanted to avoid the shinny galvanized look. All-in all I spent $8.12
Last edited by Idaho-Jeep; 06-11-2008 at 11:17 AM.