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Old 03-20-2011, 11:15 AM
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Question 2003 Crew Cab rear seat replacement options

I posted this over in the Super Duty Forum, but figured I'd throw it up here too. Lots of helpful and resourceful guys in the 6.0L group.
I'm needing to get to a flat deck in the rear of the cab for some work stuff, but don't want to loose the rear seat cause I use that too.

Anyone know of any options for the rear seat in a 2003 crew cab F250 that is as functional as this one in the dodges?

Any aftermarket companies out there or anybody done any cool mods to their rear seat?
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My back seat folds down like that, leaving a higher flat carpetted surface, or it lifts up to the back and has a fold down metal base that unfolds, you can even tie down too. see 2005 lariat in signature. My brothers 2004 lariat has the fold up and down part but i dont think it has the metal flat base like mine, so there is a tunnel hump in the middle. My back seat has a single seat fold up or down, base metal also, and a two seat fold up and down base for pass side and middle. There are lift levers on both the top and bottom of the seats.
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I have a 2004 and the back eats fold down like the pictures but also fold up. There is also a metal tray deal-ie that folds out. Does you're not have that? I thought it was a standard option but maybe not...?

I just took mine out to clean (full shampoo job) under them so FYI you'll need a T-40, T-55 and an impact.
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On mine only the rear folds forward a little. It doesn't go down flat. The bottom doesn't fold upwards either.

Does anybody know if the fastening for the early 2003 crew cab rear bench is the same as later model years?

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What trim level,p xl, xlt, lariat would that be, must be xl?j
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You could try a 2004 or 2005 rear split seat i think the bolt in pattern is the same. Try having an autowrecker do a search for a rear complete seat in your color. You will want the under trays as well. I would think this would be a bolt in, but try and get the wrecker to source with the understanding it will match and fit. You might be out some shiping fees. I am prettys sure my borthers rear seats are same as mine, just dont think he has the under tray system like my 2005 dipoes. A 2005 to 2007 with tray and seats would do it. Keep in mind you loose the depth at back fom the two seats together or the base is higher with seats folded down. The metal trays worked good for mep, i can put heavy tool boxes on it, even dirtier stuff so its not on carpet.
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Thanks for the feedback.

I saw this on ebay for $250. It may be worth the few $$ to try it.
I need to try and work this out. And if it doesn't I'll stick them back on ebay myself.

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yeah my 04 folds down flat or straight up. and has the metal tray that fold out flat.
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They started with the better folding system in 04, I have completely removed my rear seat and just have 2 doggy beds back there now for my boys.
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That seat off ebay has more mounting points then our 03's though, so you will have to take the carpet out and punch out the holes where the bolts go I think. Pretty sure I read something about that on here that the holes are already in place just not punched out yet.
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That seat off ebay has more mounting points then our 03's though, so you will have to take the carpet out and punch out the holes where the bolts go I think. Pretty sure I read something about that on here that the holes are already in place just not punched out yet.
Thanks for that bit of knowledge .. much appreciated!!
I think I'll give this a shot.
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