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superduty seats fitment

will the seats out of a regular cab superduty fit in my regular cab OBS? looking to get rid of my bench for a set 40/20/40 flip console seats.


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IIRC SD seats will fit if you bend the tab on each side...
Do a search.. I think there are lots of topics on the conversion

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The sd seat is wider and longer, you may be a little closer to the dash then normal once installed

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I put a 08 bench in my reg. cab 95. It's definitely wider to the doors but I didn't notice a big difference on seat bottom width. All I did to fit it was center it drill new holes, use good hardware,done. I'm 5'8" the only seating difference I felt was that I was sitting up a lil higher which is nice. The superduty seat is tons more comfy than the original and definitely a good upgrade. If there is one drawback it's not having the ability to lean the seat back like u could in a superduty.
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OP I have the 40/20/40 F150 grey cloth seats in my 95 RC. Previous owner installed them but just going off of looks, seems pretty straight forward. A few extra mounting holes here and there. Sits up a few inches higher and way more comfortable than the stock seats.

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