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    Export RHD JKU drivers seat base

    Looking for the Sahara or Rubi RHD drivers seat base with the height adjustment handle. I understand this would be in Australia, NZ, UK and such counties that have RHD JKUs. An undamaged junk yard piece - new in a box part would be acceptable. I also understand that shipping to the US would be expensive but worth it to me. Anyone in any of the areas that has these elusive machines that would be willing to help please shoot me a PM. Thanks!


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    Did you try one of the Jeep Dealerships’ online stores? They ought be coming out of Toledo, should be able to have one redirected your way


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    Should be able to get one out of a postal Jeep as well


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    Didn’t know they sold JKU postal jeeps. Even then, not sure the drivers seat would be adjustable. I will check into that for sure. Thanks.

    Where are all the Australian, New Zealand and South African folks?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zstairlessone View Post
    Did you try one of the Jeep Dealerships’ online stores? They ought be coming out of Toledo, should be able to have one redirected your way


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    I’ve spoken to a few and they don’t have access to the part numbers I need. Haven’t tried talking to Jeep themselves yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverBack View Post
    I’ve spoken to a few and they don’t have access to the part numbers I need. Haven’t tried talking to Jeep themselves yet.


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    Try Midwest Jeep in Vincennes IN. It’s a Jeep only salvage yard


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