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post #1 of 6 Old 04-26-2011, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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40/20/40 question

Is there a schematic that shows the assembly of the 40/20/40 seat? My bladders don't work so I want to fix those, and I want to swap bases left to right.
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get some hog ring pliers and go nuts!
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Thanks dazdillenger, I plan to do that. Do I have to remove the entire front seat to get those parts out, or can I remove just the bases in place?
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removing the front seats whole is easiest. 4 bolts and you're done. I recommend going under the truck with some pb blaster or other penetrating oil and spraying the bolts where they come through before attempting to get them out. Let me know if I can help more! I tried alldata, but they don't list any inner seat diagrams.
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I didn't need any hog ring pliers......at least not for the bottom of the seat. Don't know about the backrest. I loosened the bottom bracket mounting hardware and propped it up enough to get a ratchet underneath and remove just the drivers seat. Here is a power seat schematic I had - don't know if it'll help much.



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Outstanding - just what I needed to know!
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