If you have a wobbly center console in your 97-01 Cherokee from a broken flimsy factory mount, then this is the fix.
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Q trent taylor • 08/16/2020, 1:18:13 AM can this be use to put the newer center console in a jeep comanche?
A 08/18/2020, 11:02:06 AM We have not tested this, but the floor is slightly different, so modifications to the bracket would be likely necessary.
Q Ryan Price • 06/02/2021, 10:00:45 AM Do you happen to know if this would fit a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo? Thanks!
A 06/04/2021, 11:31:41 AM It will not fit the Grand Cherokee.
4.50/5 Stars out of 14 Reviews
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Anonymous | December 31st, 2016
This is a great upgrade. It's rock solid and fixes the issue perfectly. It really is quite nice that JCR is fixing issues with these beloved little XJs.
Hunter (Colorado) | June 6th, 2022
I've had the center console installed in my 1998 XJ Sport for about a year now and it is still rock solid. The fitment wasn't perfect as far as the two screws in the bottom of the bucket lining up and the AC duct was pulled a bit further. I deleted the rear AC in my XJ so not a concern and a little bend or a self-tap will solve the other fitment issue. Overall I'm pleased with the product even though the price is a bit steep.
Andrew (New York) | December 4th, 2020
Not a great fit, had to bend 2 of the legs just to get them to line up with the mounting holes.It was pretty far off from a perfect fit. The whole thing sits at an angle, and pulls the rear heat duct out of the front heat outlet. No, it doesn't WOBBLE, but it definitely isn't worth $50 for this poor of a fit.
dave (PA) | October 24th, 2019
This is a so so product when it comes to fitting properly . I purchased one and found that the bracket is between 1/2" to 3/4" to far to the rear of the vehicle to work as purchased. The duct tube that mounts in the console is held to far back to properly hook up with the dash connection, after about an hour of rebending the passenger side rear leg and having to add a spacer under it to screw it in , then bending the passenger side of the tab that the inside of the console bolts to it can be made to work . In my opinion this part is overpriced for the amount of work that needs to be done to make everything fit correctly .