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quick seat question.

hey guys will the center folding seat from a 40/20/40 package fit with the factory captain chairs with armrests? I am missing the center console and would like to put the foldup seat in there.What do you guys think?

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You need the center seat from a super cab or bronco only, and you have to remove your armrests

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Ok, i bought a 97 crew and love it but the front seat is a bench and i hate it. on my 78 bronco and crew i was able to convert newer non power seats, but i want to get a 40/20/40 front with a fold down rear so the back can become a cargo floor. Anyone know what year and what body style truck i should be searching for? I am sure i could figure it out, but if someone has done it, it would save be beer time. Also, i want full power in the front.
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For easy bolt in of a 40/20/40 80-97 f series must be crew or regular cab only, but as you may well know anything is possible if you got time and energy

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