Reviewed By Arlin T (Myrtle Beach, SC) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler —11/16/2016 12:44 PM
Easy conversion using the slide that Auto anything bundles. Easy install.
Reviewed By Robert N (Orting, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 Jeep Wrangler —8/3/2016 11:48 PM
As a disabled Vet I needed something that would work for me. Or give up off-roading. The Baja RS Dirt Sport seats fit the bill. What can I say other than I love these seats just like everyone else who has them. I'd rather sit in my Jeep in stead of my recliner. I can not say enough about these seats, even my wife loves them. She didn't understand why I would spend money on seats in stead of regearing my Jeep! Now she understands. Do yourself a favor and get MasterCraft seats.
Reviewed By John R (MAPLE VALLEY, WA) Reviewed for a 2008 Jeep Wrangler —5/6/2016 2:12 PM
Very comfortable seat, doesn't allow me to slide or roll out of it. The suspension system really works, I bounced the front end of my Jeep off a berm in the dunes at 30 MPH and when the front end came back to earth and slammed down I didn't get jarred or feel the impact. The four point or five point Mastercraft Harness straps slide through the slots in the seat, or use it with the traditional should belt.
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