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Old 01-26-2005, 02:04 AM
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bench seat options...

i was wondering what sort of bench seat options are available for my '68 F250. did a search and it sounds like any ford product shared the same bolt patterns in the front for seats. i was looking at something like the smittybuilt ones. they have adapters for '80-'91 model year F250's. will this work for the '68? i'm leery of just jerry-rigging a mounting bracket as the seats are subjected to a lot of stress in an accident. something that was all meant to work together would be a lot more attractive to me. if anyone have has any advice i'd appreciate it.

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Anyd, The seats up to 96 fit. After 79 you might have to put the seat on your rails.

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