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Old 03-25-2012, 03:01 PM
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2008 Lariat Captains Seats

I have an 08 F250 Lariat with the leather captains seats. 99% of the time I'm in the truck by myself, so the passenger seat is basically new. Are these seats interchangeable? If so, how big of a job is it to change them?
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Old 03-25-2012, 06:28 PM
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what do you mean interchangeable? As in switching the driver seat for the passenger seat? Do you have all power seats or are they manual?
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Doesn't matter if it's power or not they are not interchangeable
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Only way to do it is to strip the material off of one and put it on the other. You could do it to the foam as well. But boy would that be a chore. I wouldn't attempt it myself.

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Ah yes I forgot ford makes there seats in pieces so you can change the seats with new cover and all that good stuff. That could work. I would fully check it all out before tackling that project though
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