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Old 01-03-2011, 08:35 AM
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King Ranch seats,,, F150 or F250?

I want to put King Ranch seats in my 96 F350 and have noticed that the F150 seats are much cheaper than the F250's. Either way i go i know ill have to make a few modifications to mount them, i was just wondering if the modifications necessary to mount the F150 seats would be more than the $1000 savings justifies. Any input is appreciated.

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Old 01-22-2011, 11:08 AM
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find a totaled king ranch 250/350?

Just another possibility
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Where are you located? I have some rear captain chair King Ranch seats with the console.

I would think you could make anything fit with modifications - it is going to require modifications either way you go. I would believe the F150 seats are going to be a little narrower - how much I don't know. Just take a tape and measure across the seats and compare it to the OBS cab - that would give you a pretty good idea how they will fit.

I also have some front lariat F150 seats that need a home
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Where are you located? I have some rear captain chair King Ranch seats with the console.
what are you looking to get for that setup?
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Old 02-06-2011, 09:19 AM
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If someone came along and gave me $500 they could have both sets of seats just to get them out of the way.

I'am in Macon GA
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Could you give me the color, seat type (split bench, bucket), measurement across the seat and price for the f-150 seat?
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Old 02-08-2011, 04:14 AM
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lariat KR seats FOR SALE pictures by Dustin_James - Photobucket

Not to hijack the OP's thread but I thought this would still throw any information his way that might help. The link is more pics of both seats and I will have to measure the Lariat seats this evening and get back with you. I would take $100 for the Lariat seats. Let me know what you think.
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Old 02-08-2011, 05:52 PM
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Thanks for the pics. I have an obs single cab that I would like to get the factory bench seat out of. If you don't mind get me a measurement of the track (outside to outside) and same on the seat so I can see how much room I have to work with. I've been told you can put newer model seats in the obs but the single cabs are so small and I already drive with it all the way back. Only problem is my interior is grey so the tan won't look all that great. I am going to check and see how much to get them re-covered. Thanks in advance. If I can get a decent price on the covering and the measurements are somewhat close than I'd say its a go.
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Old 02-23-2011, 05:12 PM
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I want to put King Ranch seats in my 96 F350 and have noticed that the F150 seats are much cheaper than the F250's. Either way i go i know ill have to make a few modifications to mount them, i was just wondering if the modifications necessary to mount the F150 seats would be more than the $1000 savings justifies. Any input is appreciated.

James
I have a 1997 F350 XLT 4 door with King Ranch interior. The previous owner did a great job of installing them. (I will get some pics up in a few days) My buddy has a 1996 F250 XLT ext cab and wanted to put leather seats in his. We could not find King Ranch cheap enough, but did come across some nice looking Eddie Bauer seats out an explorer. They worked great. We did some mods to the driver's seat so that he would have all power options. The passenger seat unbolted from the Explorer seat frame and bolted up to the F250 seat frame. (Will get pics of this as well)
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Old 02-23-2011, 09:34 PM
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id love to see pics of both! do you happen to know if your king ranch seats are from a 150 or a superduty?
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