Thank youIt’s 4 bolts on each seat. Just a need a ratchet. Very simple. There are no airbags in the seats. If you have heated seats, there is wiring, but I left the seats in during my install, so I never disconnected anything. When reinstalling the seats, you need a torque wrench.
What system is this? My cargo box sometimes blocks the gps.installed an external XM antenna and gps since our rack and rtt completely blocks the signal. i'm not a huge XM fan, but it's nice not to have to continually scan for stations.
I also wish a modest lift for my Willys (seems wrong to say that in public ).Started with some slightly larger tires on the stock Willys suspension - 285/75R17 Toyo A/T IIIs:
And then some longer springs arrived so it was time to install them, along with the longer Mopar LCAs from their in-house lifts. Measured an initial gain of 1.5" all around:
And now it's ready to go. I'm a fan of a modest lift and larger tires on a Wrangler, so I'm happy with how this turned out. I frequent some pretty remote, bad-access areas in the back country that would habitually stress me out in the past. Now I can just enjoy myself knowing getting in and out will never be a concern.
What system is this? My cargo box sometimes blocks the gps.
Jealous of the Gobi rack. Was super bummed that it doesn't let you fold down the windshield.
i originally picked up this..Curious how you tapped into the radio with the antenna?
I am getting close to 20,000 miles of towing using this set up. I hope it serves you as well as it has served me.