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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    You can use a back seat out of a 2 door with a bracket teraflex makes. The seat can be installed forward facing or rear facing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    kids in the back seat mounted with a bracket teraflex makes?
    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Might as well call Jack Kevorkian.
    Iím definitely not a terrorflex fan, but these brackets have been just fine for the last couple years in my Jeep.

    OP, I was in the same boat and initially installed a bestop seat for a CJ-TJ. It didnít match the interior, which didnít bother me, but I found a great deal on a matching JK rear seat and made the change anyway. The TF brackets are bigger and thicker than the bestop brackets.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gatorpsu View Post
    Hey all. Iím looking to buy a Rubicon Recon (will be my third Jeep) and was hoping to fit my family of six in it. Any ideas on third row seats? I saw there was a company called Little Passenger Seats that went out of business. I would love to be able to give my four boys the chance to sit in the Jeep in a rear facing seat like when I was a kid in the station wagon. Any used seats for sale? Are there similar products out there?


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    Also, Rock Hard 4x4 makes a 3rd row seat roll bar extension. I also run that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    kids in the back seat mounted with a bracket teraflex makes?
    Better than what held me in the seat when I was a kid, lol...


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    Thanks everyone for the advice!!!!


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