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Old 04-19-2013, 03:01 PM
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Question Need help and info on switching rear bench to captain chairs

I'm planning to go ahead with my swap and if anyone has done the swap from rear bench to rear powered captain chairs with center console could you let me know if there is any extra ford parts I need to order to do the swap or wiring to hook up? From the little info I have found on here they seem to just bolt right in but the wiring may be a different story.

I found these pic's of rear captains chairs and they look like different mounting then the front and no power either. If anyone could fill me in on how this might mount or work that would be a big help.

Also on the console it seems there is an extra space filler below the front cup holders that's an extra piece as well. Am I correct?

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Those look different than mine. PM me your number and I'll text you a bunch of pictures tonight when I get off work. I didn't do the swap, but I have power buckets all the way around.


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I have a King Ranch with these.
The seats and console mount to a metal "tray" that runs full width of the cab.
The "tray" then mounts to the cab, presumably in the same holes.
Mine are NOT power in the rear.
The console appears to be the same, in that it has provisions for the power source inside, etc.
There is a plastic trim piece that is not on the front console, in the lower front.
LMK if you need more detail.....




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I also did this swap back in 08,their are some differences but its minimal
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