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Old 04-30-2008, 09:20 AM
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40/20/40 jumpseat movement

Is there any way to move the jumpseat a little forward? Maybe a bracket that could be bought?? I need just a little more room in the middle back seat on an extended cab.
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Old 04-30-2008, 09:21 AM
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i would like to know this as well
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I just removed my center bench seat to install a center console. I had to move my console back about 2" from the stock location to make room for a cb. You should be able to reverse the direction.

There should be 4 bolts that hold your center seat to the cross mounts that mount to the floor. Remove the four bolts and the center seat should pull out (leave the cross braces in place. I made 2 4"x8" plates and drilled 1/8" pilot holes every 1/2" then bolted them to the cross mounts. Lined up the console and used self tapping screws to hold it down.

With a center seat you may need to bolt the plates to the seat first and self tap into the cross bracket holes. E-mail me and I can send you a pic.
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If someone is going to sit in it you need to have a strong bracket and bolts.

Just saying.
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