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Old 08-18-2012, 01:48 PM
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Does anyone know if a 89 f150 bench seat will fit in a 73 f250? or what other years will fit? I found a used full bench with no tears rips or wear spots for $60.
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Yes it will. Do a search on this forum and you will get all kinds of information.

Alway do a search first!
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Since it's been asked, ...

It will work, but you have to use the seat tracks from your original 1973 bench. Remove the seat tracks from the 89 seat and bolt it to the 73's seat tracks.

Searching will give you a lot more comprehensive information. Look in the sticky at the top of the forum for more useful tidbits and tips and tricks...
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Up to a 96 should bolt right in, take the slider/bottom frame off your old seat and transfer it to you new one and wala done. So I have heard and read in here a ton of times.....

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