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Would front seat from a CC or Ext cab work in a regular cab?

I have an 05 XL truck with a trashed bench seat. As hard as i have looked i cant find another XL bench seat that is good to replace it with. However there seem to be XLT and Lariat seats everywhere around here but they are all in extended cab or crew cab trucks, no regular cabs. I am hoping someone can tell me if either would work. Thanks
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I have 07 harley buckets and console in my truck, no really complaints about the seats.

EDIT: after re-reading your post I realized i didn't answer your question at all, from my understanding any front seat from a 6.0 should bolt up. that being said, I could be feeding you a total load of bs.

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Any seat should work... the bolt holes in the floor are the same from what I have seen. Still get advice from an expert though just to be safe, but I can't see ford using several different bolt options just for seats... that would be a nightmare.
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Any seat should work... the bolt holes in the floor are the same from what I have seen. Still get advice from an expert though just to be safe, but I can't see ford using several different bolt options just for seats... that would be a nightmare.
I agree. I don't see them changing their manufacturing process just for the standard cabs. All the bolt holes should be the same.

OP if you know anybody with an ex or crew cab SD ask them if you can take a look. Doesn't have to be a diesel as long as it's a SD you should be good to go.

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I have done it. bolt holes line up. you will need to punch a hole in a few spots in your carpet to get the center section if you do a 40/20/40 but the mounting locations are there and have a rubber patch (white) over them. The only issue is the CC SC seats do no fold as far forward as your bench did. You will have to angle the seat forward and slide the side forward to get anything out of the back, even then theres alot less room to access. Not a big enough reason for me to not put some xlt 40/20/40 SC seats in the dump.

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Also mine came from a 99 (if memory is still good) with a 5.4l it was not a diesel.

both were auto with manual transfer case.

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Thanks guys i appreciate the input!
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Glad to have a question pop up that I can answer with 100%.

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