Are you feeling a little bit cramped in your TJ? Big Boy Brackets are designed to give you an additional 4 inches of legroom over the stock seating position in your TJ! Installation is quick and easy with no drilling or modification to either the seat or the floor.
These brackets are awesome! I'm 6'4" and my shins always banged the bottom of the dash in my TJ (one place where the YJ was a better design). The Misch seat bracket moves the whole driver's seat back several inches, and I now have plenty of leg room. It took me about 30 minutes to install with basic socket set. I don't know if it works with bestop or tuffy underseat storage. Thanks Misch and thanks 4wd!
I needed more space for my legs in my Jeep and this works great. The only thing is now the seat tilts back further and I like my seat to be more upright.
I wish they came for others a Cars
Will it work on a 2001 XJ. If not, what's the alternative? Thanks
Asked by Greco from Pilot Hill, CA on
Hi Greco, These Misch 4x4 Big Boy Seat Brackets are not for the Cherokee, however we do offer the correct ones that fit great on your '01 XJ. Here they are and thanks for your inquiry.http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Interior-Parts-Accessories/Big-Boy-Seat-Bracket.aspx?t_c=9&t_s=418&t_pt=8680&t_pn=MSCJBBXJ250
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Pilot Hill, CA on
How much if at all will this raise the height of the seat? I want the additional leg room but I don't have much headroom already.
Asked by Danielle from Austin, TX on
Hello, These Misch Big Boy Seat Brackets raise the seat around 1.5 inches. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by [email protected] from Austin, TX on
I have a 97 Wrangler TJ Sport, 4.0l. The compatibility function on your site says this won't fit my jeep, but the description says 97 Wrangler. Clear this up for me please, will it fit?
Asked by Steve from on
Hi Steve, This Misch 4x4 Big Boy Seat Bracket fits perfectly on the Jeep TJ Wrangler's from '97 to '06 models on the driver's side. Hope this helps, thank you for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from on