Because the baseline Wranglers that roll off the assembly line are not designed for some of the tougher rigors of off-roading, some stock parts may break on particularly tough trails and then must be replaced. Unpaved surfaces are obviously a lot rougher, bumpier, and more uneven than regular roads, which can damage seats and benches. They jostle and tilt and sometimes come loose. So before you tackle a challenging trail, it may be a good idea to reinforce your Jeep Wrangler seats and hardware. Seat adjusters, sliders, adapters, risers, and brackets are all affordable and easy to install. Not only will they make for a more comfortable and enjoyable journey, they will also accommodate future seating upgrades.