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Old 05-30-2014, 02:19 PM
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I've read threads on here, please bear with me I'm still confused. I've got an 89 f350 extended cab and the seat is the bench that folds on both sides where the top half is split in the middle. I just found a guy with the split bench out of an extended cab 96. Is it going to be a nightmare to get that seat in or did I get an "easy swap?"
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I've read threads on here, please bear with me I'm still confused. I've got an 89 f350 extended cab and the seat is the bench that folds on both sides where the top half is split in the middle. I just found a guy with the split bench out of an extended cab 96. Is it going to be a nightmare to get that seat in or did I get an "easy swap?"
80-97 use the same cab platform for super cabs so it is a direct swap
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80-97 use the same cab platform for super cabs so it is a direct swap
So it's a 40/20/40 3 piece, what all am I in for on this, will it still be a bolt up gig or am I going to be drilling holes, just trying to plan this out
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I still have questions, this is my first time doing anything like this, I just want some answers, sorry but I'm kinda hurt by that response. For anyone who is willing to be patient, I've got the 3 piece bucket console combo and an 89 f350 extended cab that had a bench. Nothing seems to line up, what do I need to do?
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I still have questions, this is my first time doing anything like this, I just want some answers, sorry but I'm kinda hurt by that response. For anyone who is willing to be patient, I've got the 3 piece bucket console combo and an 89 f350 extended cab that had a bench. Nothing seems to line up, what do I need to do?
I've never swapped seats between trucks, but I've read a few of these threads. From what I understand you need both seats, the center console, and the 40/20/40 seat pan from a Super Cab or a Bronco. The seats and console will bolt right to the seat pan like they were made for it (because they were) and the seat pan should bolt right into your Super Cab.

If you don't have the seat pan that goes with the 40/20/40 seats you won't be able to easily put the new seats in using whatever came with your bench seat. And if you got the 40/20/40 seat pan for a standard or crew cab, I don't think that will bolt right in either.

I'm less sure about this, but I think I've read that even if the seats came from a standard or crew cab that they may not fit on the Super Cab/Bronco seat pan nicely.
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