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Old 09-28-2009, 09:27 AM
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1977 Bench Seat

I want to put a new/used front bench seat in my 1977 f150. What front seat would be compatible. What yr Ford will that bolt pattern on the floor be good for. It's just a deer lease vehicle.
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Old 09-28-2009, 10:29 AM
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Where are you located? I've got one I'm trying to get rid of. It's out of a '79 F-350. I'm in Toledo, OH.
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Anyone know what bench seats would be interchangeable with my 1977 single cab F150. Come on, I know ya'll have some answers.
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Try the search function. This topic is brought up about every week.

Bench seats up until 1996-F150 1997-F250... will be a direct bolt in. You need to keep the original seat tracks and bolt them to the new seat. About a 10 min. swap (once you find a decent seat).
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I just install a 95 Dodge Ram Pickup bench in my 1976 F250. All I did was cut the factory Dodge supports off and use the Ford bench seat brackets and some fab work to make my own frame up to bolt the seats and center on.

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Damstr8,
How did you attach those photos. Been trying to figure it out.
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Longhorns13 from your gallery of pictures you have on this forum you need to click the Form Codes link. It will open a new small window and give you the code to insert to a post. Just copy and paste the code. It looks like this and is right under the Title and Description.

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Damstr8 those seats look good, but they look like they sit a little high. Which would be fine for me, being that I'm only 5'7".
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I'm only 5'10" and wanted to sit high so that I could see more over the hood and to look more like a bad a$$ in the truck.
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Alright do ya'll know of a bench seat I could put in my '77 Ford F150 Ranger? Not sure what other models I could use. I don't have the original mounts just a okie rig put in by the previous owner. I need one that sits lower because I am 6 ft. tall
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From all the info I've read (and it's a lot, cuz I'm looking to replace my own bench), any bench seat from any full size Ford truck between model years 1973 - 1996 will bolt directly onto your existing seat frame without further modification.
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