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Old 09-12-2012, 05:02 PM
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'06 seats into '99 supercab

Does anyone know if 2006 supercab rear seats will bolt into a 1999 supercab.

What modifications will I need to make?
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i think the rear cab bench seat is the same from 1999-2007, maybe even into the newer models. The front seat mounts should all be the same still, too.
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Is anyone on here wanting to trade a flip up seat for a flip down seat?
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I changed out a 01 full bench to a 04 60/40 with no problem but that was on a crew cab. The seats in general are about the same from one supercab to another supercab or crew cab to crew cab. Most holes are under the carpet.
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floor pans are identical, bolt it in.
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I really appreciate the quick responses. Does anyone know how the seat back on the newer models attach to the cab
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for the seatback cushion, I think you put yours hands at top & bottom of the back cushion about 8-12" in from either end... push in and up (at the same time), and the back should come off the retaining clips.
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Are the headrests on newer models part of the rear bench? That would be a nice quick way to get rear headrests. sorry to hijack
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