Rugged Ridge 13402.15 Factory Style Black Front Replacement Denim Seat with Recliner

Rugged Ridge 13402.15 Factory Style Black Front Replacement Denim Seat with Recliner
Updated on : March 13, 2013
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Rugged Ridge 13402.15 Factory Style Black Front Replacement Denim Seat with Recliner

Rugged Ridge 13402.15 Factory Style Black Front Replacement Denim Seat with Recliner

  • Manufactured to exacting specifications by an original equipment seat manufacturer to guarantee only the highest quality
  • Constructed of durable automotive grade vinyl designed to match your vehicles interior
  • All frames are powder coat painted and welded
  • The foam pack and spring system used on all Rugged Ridge Seats is extremely dense for long life yet soft enough for true comfort
  • Sold individually 1997-2002 requires seat adapters 13201.11 and 13201.12

Replacement seating that reclines just like the original. All Rugged Ridge Seating is manufactured to exacting specifications by an original equipment seat manufacturer to guarantee only the highest quality. Each seat is constructed of durable automotive grade vinyl that is designed to match your vehicles interior and all Rugged Ridge rear seats. All frames are powder coat painted and welded to make sure it can take those off-road adventures and years of open air use. The foam pack and spring system used on all Rugged Ridge Seats is extremely dense for long life yet soft enough for true comfort. Soft side bolsters cradle the driver making driving a pleasure. Each seat features an infinitely adjustable reclining mechanism to ensure proper driving position and the ultimate in comfort. All Rugged Ridge seats feature a stylish stitch pattern and original equipment bolt pattern for ease of installation and a great original equipment look. 1997-2002 Will Require Seat Adapter.

Replacing Honda Front Struts – EricTheCarGuy After posting the last video on replacing struts I thought I would post this one next. I shot this along with the rest of the Accord front end work that I did last fall. A couple of things are different, the most obvious is that the springs are a much smaller diameter so you really need to be careful when you work with these since the spring compressor doesn’t have as much to grab hold of. Second, when you install the struts back on the car care must be taken to get the notch on the strut lined up with the wishbone, if you don’t do this the upper wishbone bolt will not go in since it has to fit in a groove on the back of the strut. For the second time I’ve shown you that I tighten the lower wishbone bolt with the car off of the ground, the fact is I shouldn’t do this since I’m told it may ruin the bushing that goes through the lower control arm. I believe this to be possible but I have not experienced any problems doing it this way. For me it just seems like a pain in the butt to try and reach around the tire after I’ve put the wheel back on. But for those of you that like to point out my faults here is my excuse for not doing it the “right” way. — Click below and Stay Dirty Visit me at EricTheCarGuy.com ericthecarguy.com Visit EricTheCarGuy Forum www.ericthecarguy.com Visit my Facebook Page: www.facebook.com — Be safe andstay dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against
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When your child is three feet tall or develops the ability to climb out of the crib, it is time to switch to a bed made for toddlers. It may be scary for the child, so make the experience fun with new, cartoon themed sheets.

It’s a good idea to keep regular mealtime and bedtime routines for your children when traveling. Children find travel stressful, and this is particularly true in the case of infants. Maintaining their routines will comfort your kid, and he is more likely to sleep soundly.

As a parent, understand that not every child wants to be surrounded by people. Some kids tend to be a little shy, but that is alright. Do take note if your child appears to be extremely withdrawn. If you feel that your child is being too introverted, then pay a visit to their medical professional. The doctor will be able to check if there are any medical reasons causing the withdrawal.

When your child describes a problem to you, try to see it from his perspective. Children put value on things that adults typically see no value in at all. Having a certain crayon may be extremely important to your child while it may not be important to you at all.

Help your child to learn organization by giving him specific homes for all of his things. Without a place for each item, your home can become a minefield of toys, crayons and clothing. Once you show your child where everything belongs, he will get in the routine and be able to clean up after himself.

Positive reinforcement is a great way to handle difficult behaviors that children can sometimes exhibit. Realizing that children have feelings about issues and acknowledging their feelings can help them, because they often don’t know how to verbalize their feelings. Show your children how to express feelings and give them the opportunity to practice their own expression.

Even though parenting is a common thing, it is not a natural process to a lot of people. Talking with other parents about your experiences is something that commonly happens and is welcomed. Children are not easy to deal with, and any parent can benefit from the experiences of others. Great ideas can be garnered from a variety of resources.

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  2. Lorenzo Lopez says:

    good nd can see how dangerous!!! thanks.

  3. tbs941 says:

    What strut should I get to be at the same level at stock Acura/Honda strut , I have to replace one front but might as well do both thanks

  4. Mark Lavalle says:

    Great video again Eric. Is changing struts on the Honda element the same as this vid? Do you recommend removing the strut and spring intact on the rear too?
    Thanks

  5. Mike Craig says:

    Do you need to re-camber or re-align after replacing the spring?

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  7. tbs941 says:

    hey i have a 2007 tsx and they said i have a blown strut whats the ome part to replace it with kyb ? or what and i should only replace that one or replace with used good ones , thanks

  8. Alan McRae says:

    The video is called Safety bracket for Spring Compressors.

  9. Alan McRae says:

    If anyone wants to see the safety bracket that I’m talking about you can look on my youtube channel – mcrizzle1- and find a short video demonstrating the hooks… it makes the job 100% safer!

  10. Alan McRae says:

    Did you see my video response, if you accept it I think it will help people more safely do the job!

  11. Alan McRae says:

    Eric,
    Awesome as usual. The only thing I can add is that many of the strut compressors, like the one you used also come with a little set of hooks that wraps around the top of the compressor and keep it from being able to slip off the way yours did. Thanks again!

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  14. Chris Mccormick says:

    Awesome video man helped me a ton!!!!!

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    buying a complet mounted shock will cost you like $60 per shock, but its worth the time and the risk.

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    How much time did you take and how much money did you save?

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  18. Voicheci Marius says:

    hey Eric…i am not really in the mood of reading all this comments bellow. i am about to change my front struts on my ford mondeo BAP 1997 and i know there are some tests before instaling them (some arming tests). my question is …. how i do this test? and how do i figure my struts are good.. to be more precise about this test. there are several comments on the internet that after mounting new struts on cars after a short period the car sounds like the struts are broken..please help!!!

  19. crowdoge says:

    The three bolts that are exposed under the hood – top strut bolts- can they be removed from their origanl housing and then replaced with longer bolts (planning to do a lift). Thanks, if this need clarification just ask me and ill explain better.

  20. Jose J Salas says:

    Thanx great video erick, you rock bro.

  21. Pavel Breygin says:

    I’ve been cautioned by several techs against using air tools when doing this job, more specifically when installing the upper strut mount. Foolishly, I chose to ignore that.
    Lo and behold, when installing aftermarket KYB struts on my Prelude, my buddy used an air tool and snapped the strut.



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