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Front seat for 96 F-250 Powerstroke

I thought anything 94 thru 98 was the same as far as parts go. However, I just went to the junk yard and their computer said won't cross reference to any of the years from a 96. Does anyone know if a front seat from anywhere between the above years will fit my 96? Thanks.


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92-97 f-150/250/350 extended cab and bronco front seats will all work for you, and in general all seats will mount to your existing seat tracks unless your going from a bench seat then you would need all the brackets

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It do have a bench seat. Does this mean I will need to get another bench seat or get some kind of brackets if buckets are all I can find?


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Any bench will bolt to your existing brackets, but if you want a 40/20/40, or buckets, you will need the brackets along with the seat and you have to drill a couple holes to keep it aligned

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