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Old 09-23-2011, 06:41 PM
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Squished Bench seat on the driver's side

I have a 97 F-250 and the person I bought it from was a bigger guy and squished the foam down on the drivers side part of the bench seat. Any time I am driving now I find myself pushing off the door to stay straight up. Has anyone else had this problem? What do you recommend, squishing some foam in there, replacing the foam on the entire seat? If replacing foam, where would I go for that, junkyard or specialty guy? Thanks for the input.
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Old 09-23-2011, 10:48 PM
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What cab configuration is it, I say ditch the whole thing and swap in either buckets or a 40/20/40 I have 2 front and rear, I love it.
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What cab configuration is it, I say ditch the whole thing and swap in either buckets or a 40/20/40 I have 2 front and rear, I love it.

It is just a single cab bench seat. How hard would it be to swap out for 2 front chairs?
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Old 09-24-2011, 09:35 AM
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Very easy actually, your standard cab swaps with front and rear of crew cab btw when you hit the yard for seats, if you have a seat pan I have some extra seat tracks you can have to bolt up practically any bucket seat Ford has in trucks and suv's from early to late 90's
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Same thing happened to me. I have a seat cover in my truck, and I wedged a piece of memory foam in my lower back area. keeps my lumbar area perfectly supported.
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