I have comanche buckets that are in pretty good shape, but the drivers seat bracket is rotted. The two front feet are rotted off and replaced with flat stock. I have a bench seat bracket, that is is good shape. Should I cut the bench bracket and weld it to the bucket seat? I dont really want to do the cherokee seat swap, as my brackets arnt in good shape. Also if i buy aftermarket seats, do i still have to use my original brackets?
If you go aftermarket you will definately have to alter/custom/fab your brackets maybe a little maybe a lot. If you want to just use the MJ buckets and you already have MJ Bench brackets it should be as easy as getting rid of the stuff that links the brackets together, plopping on the buckets and bolting everything back together.
Originally Posted by ftpiercecracker
Update: the bracket from the bench was different where it bolts to the seat. However i am goning to be able to remove just the feet from the bench bracket and bolt them onto the bucket seat frame. I will post pics when i do this incase anyone is interested.
check over on comancheclub.com --- someone may have an extra
1989 metric tonne comanche, 4.0L, 5 sp trans, reciever hitch, double tube light bar, d30 front, d44 rear, alloy wheels, goodyear wranglers -- his name is snydley (as in whiplash)
1990 metric tonne comanche, 4.0L jeep speed motor, 5 sp trans, 2 in lift, d44 rear, d30 front -- her name is jenny
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