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Old 06-23-2010, 03:43 AM
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I have a 2001 extended cab F250 with a bench front seat. Would I be able to fit a newer (and how much newer can I go?) set of front seats in. I know that this question was somewhat answered in an earlier thread, but I'm also asking if I can fit king ranch or lariat bucket seats with the center console in my truck with it having a bench for OE. Also will any of the power options work (mine are manual) As far as the heated seats or power seats? Thanks for the comments.

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Old 06-23-2010, 04:03 AM
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I THINK! The seats should match up no problem out of a 99 to 2007. As far as the power options, some trucks (mine) have manual buckets but there is an electrical connection under the seat for a more optioned truck. Yours may not be wired for heat but should have a power hookup for the power adjustments. The plugs may not match but you should be able to make them work.
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And as for the center console.
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and if the plugs are different, can you just splice in a new plug?
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The center console should bolt in as well (sorry i didn;t clarify that in the first post) As far as the plug, I would just sit down with a meter and a fused power supply and figure out the seat and truck then splice in either a factory plug or make my own 'harness' I say make your own because I have a feeling you may have to run a whole new feed for the heating side of the seat. But I am not sure about that.
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Thanks a lot man.
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