here is a picture of the curved slider that was in the jeep- I'm pretty sure this is the OEM slider, but others here would be able to confirm or correct that better than I. The bracket has been (hastily) shortened by the previous owner- not sure why- maybe he was just tall, or maybe these brackets were not meant for this jeep (out of a CJ?), I don't know. this is the seat that was in the Jeep when I bought it. It's a rugged ridge low-back. I'm pretty sure this is a direct replacement for both the Commando and CJ5, again others here could educate me on that. It's a straight bolt though to this red bracket pictured. (FYI- both of these front seats are in like-new condition, I was planning on selling them locally on Craigslist, but let me know if anyone here has an interest in them- I expect the shipping alone would not make it worth either of our time and effort, but maybe- I'd like to get about 50%-70% of the new cost for them but I also value my standing as a helpful member here). This is probably premature to post up, but I'll do it anyway. Here is my solution to using the YJ flip-forward seat brackets in the flat-floored Commando. This bracket has been sandblasted and sanded smooth (an agonizingly tedious chore). I had to grind off some angle-iron bolt tabs the previous owner had welded on, not sure what he had them mounted in, but it was a half-assed job. The front bolt will mount through a 2" aluminum round that I'll have polished up. I'm about 90% sure I can (silver) powder coat these and have them look good at the end. Powder coat and moving parts don't really mix, and I do not want to disassemble and reassemble these. I'm pretty sure I can figure out a way to hang these in just such a way that that there won't be any visible naked spots or have the hinge points welded together with melted powder coat. (We'll see, I may have to just paint them).