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Old 05-21-2012, 09:21 PM
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2006 Ford F-150 Custom Vent Installation

I seen a person install Air Vents in the back of the front row leather seats but i dont have pics so should i or if i should then what will i need to make this installation complete
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My 2005 lariat already has air vents in the back of the center console. Why would someone cut up the nice leather seats?
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I think this is what you are looking for
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nah, thats for defogging the windows.

I am curious though if anyone has given thought to how hard a center console set up with the shifter would be for one of these trucks...one of the flow-through style.
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The screws already have vents that blow to the rear. They are under the front seats.
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