SEAT BRACKETS GUIDE
This guide will help you see if seat brackets are available for your vehicle. Once you find the bracket you need click on that bracket and you will be taken to the product page. From there you can select to purchase the driver side bracket, passenger side bracket, or both brackets. You will also have the choice to add single locking or double locking sliders. Please note that in cases where we don't have sliders available for a particular seat you will not have the option to add sliders and will need to contact the seat manufacture directly.
Seat Brackets: $89 per bracket
Ladder Brackets: $178 per bracket
Side Mount Brackets: $129 per bracket
Single Locking Sliders: $39 per bracket
Double Locking Sliders: $70-$105 per bracket
Seat Bracket Terms:
Seat Brackets: Most seat brackets are side specific. In other words you'll order either a driver side bracket, passenger side bracket, or both. In some cases the same bracket is used for the both the driver and passenger side brackets.
Universal Seat Brackets: Universal seat brackets are not made for a particular floor board but are ideal for custom floor boards that have a flat mounting surface. You basically set the bracket on your floor board and drill and tap holes to match with the holes in your universal brackets. Universal brackets are either flat, two inches tall, or 4 inches tall.
Ladder Bracket: Ladder brackets are used in some truck application and is a one piece bracket that covers the entire width of your cab. Two sets of sliders are required for ladder brackets, one on the passenger side and one on the driver side. The sliders slide independently of each other.
Single Locking Sliders: Single locking sliders have a single handle that you pull to the side to slider your seat forward and back and only one of the slider rails locks.
Double Locking Sliders: Double locking sliders have a bar that connects the rails on each side of the bracket and you lift up on this bar to slider forward and back. Both rails will lock.
Flat Sliders: Flat sliders mount flat to the top side of your brackets and in most vehicles will allow you to sit lower compared to tab sliders. If you already have sliders there will be a place during the ordering process where you can specify if you have flat or tabbed sliders.
Tab Sliders: Tab sliders have vertical mounting tabs on each end of the sliding rail. In most cases you will have three height adjustment holes. Tab sliders tend to sit you higher in the vehicle compared to flat sliders. If you already have sliders there will be a place during the ordering process where you can specify if you have flat or tabbed sliders.
Bracket Part Numbers that end in NS: Bracket part numbers that end in NS mean the bracket adapts to the factory sliders. NS means "No Sliders". With this style bracket you'll remove the factory seat and the bracket will adapt your seat to the factory sliders. This option is only available for a few applications.
Side Mount Brackets: Side brackets are used in applications where you want your seat to sit as low as possible and to be hard mounted to the floor. There are two pieces that bolt to each side of your seat and then bolt to the floor. Side mounts are not specific to any particular vehicle. Please note that if you have an FIA approved seat, you need a side mount bracket from that seat manufacture in order for the side mount to be FIA approved.