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Old 10-16-2007, 08:54 PM
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OK people need some help I want to get rid of my bench seat in my 81 f-150 I like the newer bucket slash bench seat in the newer f-150 I like them because you can fold the arm rest down and has cup holds and stuff but if you want to take like three people with you, You can fold it up and it's like a bench you know what I mean I guess I want to know what year of f-150's will and will not work
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Old 10-18-2007, 05:54 PM
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Hello Butler I was coming up but show was canceled. basically 80-97 will be direct bolt in . The 40 20 40 or 2 buckets and jumper seat sound like you wants. But they are hard to find. Any newer could be made to work . easyiest way is to get Bronco or truck bucket seat bases and fab any seats you want to them good luck from Clearfield.
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