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I had some left over lap belts from seatbeltplanet.com and decided to use them up.

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For those looking to redo their jump seats here are some of the things you’ll need. All the below is used regardless of the model jump seat you have. Seat strap length is the only thing that will vary as the small jump seats aren’t as thick.

- White Seat straps are from Cruiser Corps
- Underseat bumpers (2) from Vescovo Toyota.
- Twist keeper for straps from Vescovo Toyota.
- #8 Finish washers from Ace or a big box store.
-#8 Screws. Ace Hardware or a big box store.
- Wire for inside the lips so the screws don’t pull through.
-M5x.07 Phillip head screws with washer and whiz nut. ACE Hardware had them.

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Recovered the seats in Coral colored material from Cruiser Corps. I added 1” of foam to the stock seat foam. Fitment was challenging. Also found this gem for a shifter knob in my boxes of random stuff.



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Recovered the seats in Coral colored material from Cruiser Corps. I added 1” of foam to the stock seat foam. Fitment was challenging. Also found this gem for a shifter knob in my boxes of random stuff.

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Looks great. Yesterday I went through and replaced al of the old rusty #6 sheet metal screws and cup washers on the backs of the seats and center with stainless round head #6 screws and cup washers from McMaster-Carr. One of those jobs that no one else will ever notice or appreciate; but dang those rusty screws sure did annoy me.
 
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Looks great. Yesterday I went through and replaced al of the old rusty #6 sheet metal screws and cup washers on the backs of the seats and center with stainless round head #6 screws and cup washers from McMaster-Carr. One of those jobs that no one else will ever notice or appreciate; but dang those rusty screws sure did annoy me.

I just went through that with the drivers seat. I am now staring at the passenger side kick panel questioning life decisions. It might just be added to the box of things for the next owner.
 

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