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60/40 seat in 92

what year 60/40 bench seat will fit my 92. Hoping that might give me a little more leg room than the buckets the previous owner shoved in.

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what year 60/40 bench seat will fit my 92. Hoping that might give me a little more leg room than the buckets the previous owner shoved in.
I just bought some seats out of a 2002. Photos on my build thread

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Everything will require some fab work on the mounting brackets, or new brackets entirely. 2nd and 3rd Gen dodge ram , and Chevy pick up seats seems to be popular.

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Everything will require some fab work on the mounting brackets, or new brackets entirely. 2nd and 3rd Gen dodge ram , and Chevy pick up seats seems to be popular.
Yeah I cut the panels out too and I’m gonna just reweld spot welds and add some to make sure all is good

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Chevy seats are definitely cushier, but they also sit a lot higher which pushes them a bit more forward too. But if you are the average height of a woman like me (5'7") ;-) then it works out ok, YMMV. If you have a club cab then you can push the seats back, but a standard cab, your leg room and how far you can "recline" is going to depend on if the top of the seat sits below the rear window or not.


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