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Zach Downs 04-08-2018 11:26 AM

Seating
 
Was wandering if anyone has ever tried to put a jump seat in the cargo area of the late S-Series blazers and if switching the front seats to a split bench seat like some have in their S10 pickups? Would the split bench be worth while? I was planning to put the jump seat directly across from my cargo cover towards the rear of the fender-well to both take up wasted space and to give said passenger the most leg and head room possible. Would any of this be legal? Is it worth while? I have other ideas for cargo storage that will handle the fact of a person in the way so that ain't an issue. Please help!

N. Jensen 04-08-2018 10:00 PM

Blazen_red_4x4 installed the split bench in his blazer. The bolts line up, but it does leave an opening in the carpet where the center console was.
As for the rumble/jump seat, or what have you, I have not seen anything like that in an S-Series. Doesn't sound like the most legal thing, but that's coming from someone who used to ride in the cargo area of a Buick Roadmaster when I was little...and crawl in and out of the sliding rear window in a Luv truck with a topper.
Good luck, can't wait to see what you figure out.

El_Beautor 04-09-2018 01:59 PM

You'll want to check the seat-belt regulations for your state/country if you're planning on adding a jump seat in the back. I'm not sure it would pass if you're planning on driving on roads.


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