Off Road Seat
From the desert to the sea, JEGS Off Road Seat is designed to absorb the impact of bouncing around rocky terrain. Perfect for a rebuild or to update your hotrod Camaro, Chevelle, or Nova; the seat is made to withstand torsional stress and abuses common to off-road competition. Each seat is constructed to accommodate a 5-point harness, so you can be safe on the road or off.
- All Terrain Suspension
- Fixed Back
- Fits Driver or Passenger Side
- Compatible with a 5-Point Harness
- Includes Adjustable Slider Mounting
Do you sell just the seat covers? These would fit my seats from the looks of them, but my seat frames are already tabbed and welded.... Just need two covers...
Would this seat bolt on the original bracket in a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
Would this seat fit a 96 ford explorer. Is there a mount I could by separate to make the install easier than using original mounting.
Would this seat fit a 1989 jeep wrangler with original mounts
How high will this seat raise me from the floor? How thick is the back support in inches?
This seat is listed as weighing 34#. The similar scat seat is listed at 20#. what is the reason for the difference and are weights accurate? less # = more speed!
You say this is "off road" seat. Which seat is the most water resistant? This one or your Scat 80-1620-62C
How many inches between the mounting brackets? Can they be used in a Meyers bug with original seat mounts
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