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You can’t hit the trails in your favorite La-Z-Boy recliner, but you can hit ‘em with the next best thing—Rugged Ridge XHD Reclining Jeep Seats. These economical replacement seats are crafted specifically for Jeep Wranglers and Cherokees, and feature a factory-style slider and reclining mechanism.
Custom made for off-road comfort, XHD Seats feature wide bolsters, a low-profile, dense foam packs and heavy-duty raised springs. And for durability, Rugged Ridge uses a welded interior frame, a powder coated finish and grade-8 bolts to connect the seat back and base.
Designed for an easy swap, Rugged Ridge XHD Jeep Seats are super easy to install and require no adaptors. Plus, the rugged vinyl seat covers are designed to handle the rigors of off-road abuse and come in your choice of factory-match colors. Best yet, Rugged Ridge backs your XHD Reclining Jeep Seats with a 3-year warranty.
Reviewed by Kyle B (Kansas City, MO) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Cherokee — Apr 12, 2012 11:17 AM
I got one grey RR XHD Reclining jeep seat and it's just like my stock ones. I had to change out the driver side seat because the monting had broke on one corner so it sat crooked in my car. It was a real pain in the butt (and back)! It is just like my passanger seat in every way except the print on the vinyl is differant (the original is grey with a mix of red and blue kind of spekled about; the new one is just solid grey)
Reviewed by Larry H (Punta Gorda, FL) Reviewed for a 1997 Jeep Wrangler — Jan 21, 2012 6:22 PM
Seat installed fairly easily. Instruction aren't that clear but once you remove the old seat and set them upside down next to each other it becomes clear how to install the brackets. This seat does not allow a full forward of the back rest for rear seat entry. Adjustment and comfort seems good for a Jeep.
Reviewed by Bruce H (Ansonia, CT) — Dec 20, 2011 9:23 PM
The seat in it self is great! But you will need some tool to put it in. One drill,drill bits,some flat steel and square,a small grinder and longer bolts to make it work. You will use most of every thing when putting it in. After that,your set to go!!