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04-17-2012, 01:36 AM
 
Morning all, first post on here. I have a question, anyone knwo the part number for the rear seat restraining bolts on a 94 Sahara? I've had my back seat out for about 10 years, and suddenly find my self in the need to transport 4 people in the coming week. If anyone has the part number I'd be mighty appreciative.

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04-17-2012, 11:36 AM
 
The bolts that go into the side of the tub? Most every bolt on tub is either 3/8 - 16 and 5/16 - 18. I haven't had a rear seat in my Jeep for about the same amount of time so I'm not entirely sure which holes were used but it should be one of the above sizes.
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04-17-2012, 12:43 PM
 
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The bolts that go into the side of the tub? Most every bolt on tub is either 3/8 - 16 and 5/16 - 18. I haven't had a rear seat in my Jeep for about the same amount of time so I'm not entirely sure which holes were used but it should be one of the above sizes.
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Don't bother with the steal-ership. Go to a parts store (hardware if they carry the stuff, auto if not) and find some grade 8 bolts in the sizes above. Even with buying one of each to test out the size, you're still money ahead compared to the dealer. I spent 40 bucks on 6 hardtop bolts a long time ago when a trip the hardware store would've cost me less than $4

Live and learn I guess. Oh- and it means you don't use the stupid torx bits- which is worth it anyway.

Should be two in each bracket on the tub sides, one for the seatbelt buckles in the middle and two for each seatbelt on the cage.
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Awesome, thanks muchly.
 
 
 
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