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Seats interchangeable for second gen

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The seats in my 96 are getting pretty ratty and I'd like to swap them out for something better.  Will any second gen truck seats work?

 

Bob

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I think the seat design is a bit different from early to the late models but they might mount the same. There is also a seat belt module in some. I guess in other words I dont know actually.

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94-97

98-01 (02 2500/3500)

 

the earlier years did not have seat belts built into them.

 

you actually have more selection from various other makers....the late 2 gens are limited

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Thanks guys for the response.

 

Stormin08. What do you mean by other makers? Ford and Chevy?

 

Bob

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yep, any year without belts in the seat can be made to work...may require some bracket fab, but easily done.

 

 

for a Club Cab, your unlimited

for a Quad Cab, you need a sebring, chevy from 99-06 or a f series excab truck...anything with belts built in

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