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jstns360
    
What is the compartment under the passenger seat of my early bronco used for?
there is a hatch that opens under the passengers seat that gives access to something on the chassis, looks like a couple of bands under there that held a cylender type object. what could this be for?
posted: February 24, 2008
 
    
 
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jimbobb
    
Im not sure what it was originally intended for but have a couple of buddies that have bought straps and covers that are made from the factory to fit right undere there perferctly.
posted:  February 25, 2008
   
 
dman
    
You sure it wasnt meant to be used as a battery compartment or if their is still a cylinder under their, check to see where the hoses lead, maybe an air tank???
posted:  February 25, 2008
   
 
stcapper
    
I believe this was the location of the air cylinder for the "Air Lift" front suspension option. What year is your Bronco?
posted:  February 25, 2008
   
 
 

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