Question about 1994 Jeep Wrangler
Want a jeep but need to secure 3 kids in the back. Anyone ever bolt a 3rd set in?
Bolting it in a third row seat? that'd be fairly easy...just need something solid to anchor it to (like a thick piece of metal) on the underside to put the bolt through. do the same with seat [lap] belts and that should solve any law issues (actually some states i believe don't "require" rear seat passengers to be belted in, but I'd strongly suggest it for the kids safety!)...my big question is where are you finding enough room for a 3rd row seat? wranglers aren't exactly loaded on space...
as for torque...wrangler seats are fully removable (makes it easy to wash mud and stuff out) so as long as the bolts tighten down (air gun preferably, but you can arm twist em if need be) you'll be fine, just make sure everything is as secure/sturdy as the factory seats
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
I've never heard of anyone doing this but I would seriously advise against it. Adding another seat could pose a safety threat to the passenger and plus the seats are torqued to a certain spec that meet safety guidelines. Law enforcement might fine u as well.. for the modification of this vehicle.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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