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Old 12-08-2020, 08:33 PM #31
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Installed mine last weekend. Better height adjustments and definitely more support for the legs.
Still need a really long trip but so far loving it.
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I got the MMP w/o the seat jackers for my 4Runner since I find the seating position already quite good. I did however get the seat jackers and MMP for my girlfriends 2nd gen Tacoma and it made a world of difference. She didn't realize how uncomfortable the riding position was until I installed it for her. I honestly hated driving the Tacoma because of the too low seating position but now its very close to the way my 4R sits.
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Just installed on the Driver's seat. Worth every penny; I think the passenger seat would benefit a *lot *more as it does not have any angled support, unlike the driver seat.

Stock was insufficient for me - but I was surprised when I first hopped in that it actually enables way too much leg support (for me). I had to adjust the seat / level out some of the new angle. The sweet spot for me is probably 25% of what the new angle the seat jacker enables. Will help for long road trips.

*Only heads up not in this thread or on Youtube, is that I found some of the (4) plastic covers to be a slight pain to remove. The rears were simple enough (removed inner-> outer) but the front cover, closest to the door, needed to be pulled directly out before it would budge. Took me 2 min of cursing to get it. All four snapped back into place easily.
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Any shorties in here have feedback? Most people seem to prefer the front adjustment so that they have more support under the thighs. I知 quite the opposite and think even at the lowest (front part adjustable right under the knee) is too much. Hope that made sense. I would prefer less of an angle on legs.

Since I知 short, my seat height is adjusted quite high and closer towards the front of the vehicle. This makes my legs close to a 90 degree bend and not too comfortable. I知 wondering if purchasing just the rears will help the angles of my legs?
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Any shorties in here have feedback? Most people seem to prefer the front adjustment so that they have more support under the thighs. I’m quite the opposite and think even at the lowest (front part adjustable right under the knee) is too much. Hope that made sense. I would prefer less of an angle on legs.

Since I’m short, my seat height is adjusted quite high and closer towards the front of the vehicle. This makes my legs close to a 90 degree bend and not too comfortable. I’m wondering if purchasing just the rears will help the angles of my legs?

I would not see why they would not work.
Tall folks have longer legs, and with the shorter seat bottoms, the seats never reach to the back of the knee like a shorter fella.
You can test it out by removing the two bolts and stacking a bunch of thick fender washers under the rear legs for your test fit.
Like these.
Extra Heavy, Extra Thick Stainless Steel Fender Washers
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One Molle hold the jack. Yet to cut the trim pieces or vacuum.
Have you considered the Element Fire Extinguisher? It's smaller than your current unit with no expiration date.

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That's what I have installed on mine. Wanted something small and compact. As you stated, as a side benefit no expiration date and they work longer than a typical fire extinguisher. Plus I like to adjust my legs on long road trips while on cruise control and if the back of my heel hit something that would the crap out of me lol
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Any shorties in here have feedback? Most people seem to prefer the front adjustment so that they have more support under the thighs. I知 quite the opposite and think even at the lowest (front part adjustable right under the knee) is too much. Hope that made sense. I would prefer less of an angle on legs.

Since I知 short, my seat height is adjusted quite high and closer towards the front of the vehicle. This makes my legs close to a 90 degree bend and not too comfortable. I知 wondering if purchasing just the rears will help the angles of my legs?
I'm a shortie and thinking a set of the rear spacers might go the trick.

Have to wait and see if anyone has tried this. Anyone short that is.
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Anybody running aftermarket floor liners in the second row with these seat jackers? I just installed the spacers for the rear of the front seat and realized my husky liners in the second row don稚 sit flush.
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When are rear spacers needed?

Hey y誕ll, looking to get some of these for the leg support.

I知 6 1 and was wondering if the rear spacers are needed for taller people? Or could I just get away with the front seat jackers
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I知 confused. When you go to order you get a choice of one pair or two pair. So you get either two or 4 blocks? And do you use two per seat (just in the front)? Or 4 per seat? If 4, and they come in 2s, then you would need to order both pairs quantity 2?
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6'2 here . I put them on my driver side. I drop the front power seat all the way down and raise the back up until I feel comfy. I have about 2 inches of headroom leftover and my legs don't hurt anymore on long road trips.

It did take me a week to dial in my seat position and it felt real awkward at first, but worth every penny now.

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I知 6 1 and was wondering if the rear spacers are needed for taller people? Or could I just get away with the front seat jackers
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1 pair per seat to lift the fronts and get more leg support. They also sell a rear lift if you want to do things like mount a compressor under your seat, but if you want leg room on only the drivers side you just need 1 pair.

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I知 confused. When you go to order you get a choice of one pair or two pair. So you get either two or 4 blocks? And do you use two per seat (just in the front)? Or 4 per seat? If 4, and they come in 2s, then you would need to order both pairs quantity 2?
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