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Help jump set to center console install

Went from a jump seat to a center console set up. Went to ford and got the inserts for the floor board to mount the console to. Problem is cant get the inserts to stay in the floor board. Is there a trick to it or do I have to glue/ jb weld them to floor board? Just let me know what yall think. Thank you
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Hey not sure about how to get the inserts to stick in the floor. I will let you know as soon as I pull my console out. Do you still have ur jump seat I am looking for one have a trip next summer want to take 6 people. Thanks
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I still have the jump seat, but leather was damaged due to a break in. So not sure if that would do you much good.
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Rear hardware/mounting bolts

Hello hell raiser I got lucky and found a jumpseat for my truck but it did not come with the rear hardware to mount it. Do you happen to have your rear hardware to mount it to the cab
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Jump seat hardware

I sent you a pm. Thanks
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I always assumed the console was mounted similar to the jump seat. Are there any pop-outs in the floor board for additional bolts?

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I have not actually completed this project as I need the hardware to mount my new jump seat. The front of the jump seat attaches to where the front seat mounts are. Where the rear legs attach is where it gets tricky I have been told that there are plugs you pop out and and you use those holes to attach the rear of the seat. My truck a 00 cc f250. I am basing this hardware list off a 01 f250 xcab with a jump seat. The driver rear requires a stud and a nut with a plastic cap. The passenger side has a hex bolt similar to the bolts used to hold the front seats in.
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