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39-46 truck seat #1306699 Thu Apr 11 2019 04:18 AM
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Wondering what you guys are using for updated seats ? Bench or buckets, S10, Cobalt etc ? Any info appreciated,thanks

Re: 39-46 truck seat [Re: Chevron] #1306873 Fri Apr 12 2019 08:41 PM
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I used 60/40 split bench seat out of a Ford Ranger, been quite a few years ago. Just about anything that fits between the doors will work, used a wood slab on top of the gas tank tub (minus the ribs) and bolted the seats down. Some pics of the seat can be seen just click on my '46. Good luck


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