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post #1 of 35 Old 07-04-2007, 02:56 PM Thread Starter
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Seats,,

I have the 40/20/40 front seats in my 95,,do seats out of any F series, fit?
Need a new drivers seat.

found these,,but $$$$$ Custom Truck Seats - Ford, Chevy, GMC & Dodge Pickup Seats
always though an air ride would be nice,,at the bottom of page for the frame
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i have the seats from a '98 f150 extended cab short bed flareside (sister's totalled truck) as my front seats!!! very comfortable POWERED bucket seats!!! cloth but whatever right?

1997 ford f350 crew cab extended bed powerstroke diesel
14.06/93.8mph
http://s21.photobucket.com/albums/b295/250xRida/truck/
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I have lariat sd seats in the front of mine.... heated and all

05 powerjoke extended cab.
Sct tuned by innovative
Open downpipe
Traction Bars and Suncoast on the way!

96 powerstroke extended cab 7.3
4x4 393000 miles

2005 duramax lly edge/predator stack
14.3 1/4 mile 2.3 60ft roasting tires
limping the trans at 1000ft
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I have lariat sd seats in the front of mine.... heated and all
lucky....

1997 ford f350 crew cab extended bed powerstroke diesel
14.06/93.8mph
http://s21.photobucket.com/albums/b295/250xRida/truck/
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Is there any modification needed to install the SD seats into an OBS? I am really interested in doing this.
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the bracket holes probably won't all line up

1997 ford f350 crew cab extended bed powerstroke diesel
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http://s21.photobucket.com/albums/b295/250xRida/truck/
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I STRONGLY suggest hunting down a set of 1st Gen Lightning seats. They mount to the same frame as our 40/20/40's. They are a lot more comfrotable and hold up to a lot of abuse due to the heavy tweed fabric. The rarity makes them pricey... expect to pay $500-$1000 for a clean full set.

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I have 2 sets of gen 1 lightning seats in my truck and they are very comfortable!!!!
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I'd like to see pics... I bet that's a cool setup...

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Hey Constable,

there is a picture of the seats in my gallery
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