Budget Bucket Seats 96XJ

Got bored and tired off the loud and crappy interior so on the spur of the moment this is what i did.

first ripped out my interior.
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I always heard from web wheelers that is was impossible to put the older style seats into a newer cherokee due to the mounting hump. I soon proved them to be false on top of adding extra strength for the new mounting bolts and some floor patching at the same time
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then went to my garage and puled out some scrap metal, and through it down and tacked welded it in
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then drilled the new bolt holes for the seats lucky me i had the new/old carpet laying around fromn my 89 laredo which i used as the stencil to drill the new holes, and it worked out perfectly because it went right through the folded mounting humps and uniframe lip. pics to dark of the new mounting holes so heres some pics with the new interior

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They tilt forward and back boy does it help when wheeling, helps keep my teeth in my mouth :smiley:

Oh yea i also built a switch box a while back
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some pics of the rear rot holes
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