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2020 Custom Trail Boss Jump Seat upgrade

Cmerck93

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As any of my fellow Custom level TB owners know, the jump seat is pretty useless for storage. The full center console upgrade is around a grand and takes away that 6th seat option, however you can get a jump seat with top and bottom storage for around 400$ on ebay. I chose that path and just completed the install. Overall it seems like it would be a simple install however it isn't as easy as I would've preferred. The modifications that you'll need to do to your new seat aren't major but they take a little time. In the picture you'll see the circled area, that area must be trimmed down about 4 inches to allow the front two mounting holes to line up. The plastic trim holds the front end too high to install. After removing those few inches it'll line up, however your bottom storage compartment is too big for the space. Either you can live with the slight gap in the seat sticking up, or you can modify it to sit lower as I did. I suppose you could cut and plastic weld the compartment to fit, however the easier option is to move the air duct below the console down lower to allow space. Turned out great for me and only took about 3 hours total.
 

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As any of my fellow Custom level TB owners know, the jump seat is pretty useless for storage. The full center console upgrade is around a grand and takes away that 6th seat option, however you can get a jump seat with top and bottom storage for around 400$ on ebay. I chose that path and just completed the install. Overall it seems like it would be a simple install however it isn't as easy as I would've preferred. The modifications that you'll need to do to your new seat aren't major but they take a little time. In the picture you'll see the circled area, that area must be trimmed down about 4 inches to allow the front two mounting holes to line up. The plastic trim holds the front end too high to install. After removing those few inches it'll line up, however your bottom storage compartment is too big for the space. Either you can live with the slight gap in the seat sticking up, or you can modify it to sit lower as I did. I suppose you could cut and plastic weld the compartment to fit, however the easier option is to move the air duct below the console down lower to allow space. Turned out great for me and only took about 3 hours total.
I did the same last year to my 19. Found one almost new for less and matched perfectly but was a royal pain. Mine does not have the plastic front however. I followed a guy on YT that did the same !
 

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