I think I have the wrong driver side seat riser in my cj7. Its the one that was in it when I bought it but the po had some makeshift spacers under it. The passenger riser sits perfect on the floor like its suppose to and the seat its self sits roughly an inch higher than the driver side. Makes me think someone put one in from a different model. Any suggestions?
wow..... where to start... Granted i dont know if there we differences through the years in that area but it looks more like there was a problem with the floorboard/mounting set up. there looks to be at least 2 patches in the front area. Check the upper front edge of the riser under the seat for level against something like the frame or bumper... i'm going to guess that they are close and the problem lies in the floor...
A shot from under would tell alot!
Either that or he was looking for a way to help keep himself from falling out of the jeep by tilting the seat inboard...
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The floor where the seats mount is good and so is the transverse brace. The only rusted out spots on the floor is in pans forward of seats. The risers are physically different sizes. Like I said the drivers side riser is 1.5" shorter mounting surface to mounting surface.