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Old 04-23-2013, 06:39 PM
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Later model seats for ext cab

What seats work best for a f350 extended cab. More important, what doesn't work. Since I will need the seats to hinge for rear seat area entry.
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I'd like too know this too as my 97 f250 ext cab is in need of new seating bad.
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Super cab and bronco fronts are bolt in, anything else needs fabrication
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What I think I've learned is that Bronco and Ext Cab seats are unique to themselves and can be swapped amongst themselves.

All regular cab and crew cab seats are interchangeable as long as you move the seat pan with them, even front to back.

If I remember correctly, the Bronco and Ext cab seats can be put into a regular cab and a crew cab if the front/back adjuster tracks or the flop-forward track is removed from its seat base and bolted to the proper standard or crew cab seat base.

I believe I can move my front 40/20/40 seat to the rear of my crew cab when I find a either another 40/20/40 seat for the front or a great condition set of seats from a Bronco or Ext cab and will remove them from their seat bases and put them onto an extra 40/20/40 base I have purchased just for this upgrade.

I hope this helps.....

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Old 04-28-2013, 05:05 AM
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So........my takeaway from this.....I'm likely better off to reupholstery my bench seat since there are not any options for the extended cab?
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Swap in buckets and console or 40/20/40 from a super cab or bronco, and fabricate sd seats to fit
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Old 04-28-2013, 10:51 AM
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If your lucky you can find a super cab in the yard with power seats, very rare, but was not offered in any other cab configuration
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