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02 F-350 lariate le captain chair swap

I'm looking to swap my captain seats for a bench seat. I would like to know what years match up or do you have to make brackets for it. Im in va beach if anyone is interested in swap a bench for the captain set up..
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I don't know but if your buckets are heated, I'd be interested in trading for my 02 lariat buckets plus cash or help welding and installing your new brackets, etc. I'm in suffolk.

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My front buckets are heated, but I am trying to trade out my rear buckets for a bench seat these rear buckets are not heated, or ripped at all very good shape.
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Got it...rear...I'd potentially be interested in that trade, but my wife vetoed the idea last time I mentioned it.

Be more than happy to let you model off of my rear seat/brackets in either case if that helps. Nuts are off the seat right now, so you could just lift my rear seat in and out without much effort.

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Wish you were closer, I'd swap you my bench for the buckets. Even with the red LE stitching in them, I still think quad captains chairs are awesome.
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Maybe i will pull my rear buckets out and come by and see if its a easy swap..



The rears dont have the red in them just the fronts do. Where are u located..
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Maybe i will pull my rear buckets out and come by and see if its a easy swap..



The rears dont have the red in them just the fronts do. Where are u located..
He's in oklahoma, I'm in southern part of Suffolk. I can pm you my phone number if you like...

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Yea I'm a ways out from VA lol... Plus I just got to thinking about it, and since yours is an 02, it probably has the perforated leather in it. Mine doesn't have that since it's an 04.
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Def send me your number
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Well thanks again, and if anyone is wondering, the buckets in the rear as well as the console in the rear are on a frame that bolts right onto the bench seat brackets and vice versa (sits in different holes, but both sets were in the brackets in both of our trucks.

Also, 15mm ratchet wrench (gearwrench) is indispensable. Only 4 nuts, but 2 are hard to get at, and in my case 1 of those two is obscured by my amp making it near impossible to snug down w/out a gearwrench.

Also, it only took some sandblasting and mild grinding to get the captain crunch and koolaid off of the metal bottoms

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