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Old 02-06-2014, 02:38 PM
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01 supercab seat swap help!

I recently bought a 01 super cab 4x4 7.3 it was a work truck so the seats are trashed in them.. I have found multiple seats for the truck as I know the 99-08 stuff is pretty much bolt on with minor modification but my problem is my seats in the truck currently have the seat belts intergraded into the seat and all the ones I have found do not...so how do I got about this problem? what seat belts do I need? the seats I want are in a crew cab and he had the seat belts also but will the crew cab ones work in a super cab and how? any help is appreciated
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I'd like to know as well! Just got newer seats out of a crew cab and need to figure out how to mount the belts.
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Hey bud all you need to do is find the floor mount and roof mount retractors and put em in! I am about to go look in mine and see if the mounting holes are where they are supposed to be.
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Yeah I believe the xl model with bench seat up front had roof/floor mounted seat belts.
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Old 06-04-2014, 10:58 AM
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Theyre rare but I did some looking and even the Lariats had a few with the floor / ceiling mount. Do you know if the mounting points are in the models like mine but just covered with carpet and headliner? I havent looked yet.


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I'd be lying if I told you for sure but I'm guessing they only made cabs one way. The late 90's camaro had all the supports for t tops even if it was a hard top.lol.
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I assume the same because it would be stupid to have two different lines going for the same cab.


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