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Seat different?

What is the difference between a 48-50 and 51-52 seat?

I am not sure what 48-52 seat I have in my black truck (swap meet find) and I want to recover the seat in black and the macs has a different cover for a 48-50 and 51-52??

I always thought they were the same seat but???
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i think the style of the seat cover is different but the actual seat is the same
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great, THANKS.

I Have the stock 48 seat in my 48 and like the looks of it so I will order a 48-50 seat cover
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