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Hey all - I have been looking into purchasing a CPO 2009/10 Lincoln Navigator to replace my 2007 Expy that my father wants... Unfortunately, almost all of the available vehicles have the rear buckets, which I think are a huge waste of space. Does anyone know if I can do a direct (or close to direct) swap for the 40/20/40 Rear Bench?
If I can, does anyone want to buy some rear buckets?
Any ideas or thoughts would be great, all my searches seem to talk about the older models.
You would need to remove the arm rests from the two buckets. Then you would need to pull the carpet up and see if the holes are there for the center seat. If so, get a used one, or a used 3-there is no bench, it's 3 separate seats, from ebay, craigslist, etc. and bolt them up. If there is no bolt holes, then that is a separate deal and will involve welding, etc.
1978 F250 Lariat 4x2
2008 Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x2
nah, kicked miss prim/proper to curb and got a younger model
haven't gotten around to checking the floor. guess I should before I spend the money on a center seat
My bet would be the holes are there already. Ford is good at streamlining production by making everything the same. My 03 F350 XL for example has holes for any combo of seats/consoles, although it isn't using them as it only has a bench (for now).
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