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: Third Row Jump Seat


FzyPChz
10-12-2007, 03:59 PM
I didn't see it posted in this forum, so I wanted to pass it along. I got my third row folding jump seat from http://littleseats.com/4_dr_jeep_wrangler.htm

I believe they are the only company out there right now making custom third row seats for the JK (and it's made in :usa:). Here's a picture of mine: http://my.project-jk.com/data/500/Rear_view_-_no_top.jpg

I was the lucky guinea pig who got to work w/ them in getting one made! So far, I'm very pleased w/ it's quality (I've had it since June). It's easy to remove too (a couple of big bolts to undo), which is great especially if I need the cargo room (for those Home Depot runs). Best of all, I know that I've got an extra seat available in a pinch.

priell3
10-17-2007, 06:24 AM
That looks decent. Last weekend I took my son and 5 of his friends to the bowling alley in my JK. Could have packed a few more. :D

shaggydoo
10-17-2007, 04:16 PM
That's damn cool. It definitely looks like it belongs there too.

:beer:

FzyPChz
10-17-2007, 04:54 PM
That's damn cool. It definitely looks like it belongs there too.

:beer:

Thanks Garrett! I was pleasantly surprised how well it turned out too. I was kinda worried at first that it would look like I just plopped a seat there, but the fabric matches perfectly and the mounting brackets are solid. Now I just have to make custom neoprene seat covers for it.:D

Ruskin
11-04-2007, 05:59 AM
An extra little seat is great, but does anyone know if this would work with a carseat?

aldaman
12-02-2007, 12:14 PM
Thanks Garrett! I was pleasantly surprised how well it turned out too. I was kinda worried at first that it would look like I just plopped a seat there, but the fabric matches perfectly and the mounting brackets are solid. Now I just have to make custom neoprene seat covers for it.:D

That looks great....Is it a complete bolt on that doesnt require any drilling or welding...Thanks...

FzyPChz
12-02-2007, 07:44 PM
It's a complete kit, but does require drilling. Here's what the mounting bracket looks like:
http://my.project-jk.com/data/500/side_facing_bracket.jpg

Xyster
12-02-2007, 07:59 PM
That looks great! I could see using that myself someday.