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Old 07-12-2018, 07:00 AM
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Does anyone know if the crew cab bucket seats will fit the mounting of my extended cab bench seat brackets? Maybe a conversion kit i overlooked? Not looking to modify anything hopefully

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As far as I know. Not at all. You won’t have much leg room if you squeeze them in there. Like inches.
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Which seat position are you talking about the fronts or the rears? I would bet the fronts from the CC would fit in the EC. The rears will not. I have not tried this, but I have both a CCLB and an ECSB, both with captains chairs and the front seats seem identical.
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Old 07-12-2018, 08:31 AM
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I dont see why gm would change the mounting for them, im just worried if i go through the trouble i will be wrong lol
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Which seat position are you talking about the fronts or the rears? I would bet the fronts from the CC would fit in the EC. The rears will not. I have not tried this, but I have both a CCLB and an ECSB, both with captains chairs and the front seats seem identical.
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Ohhh front seats. Yeah it should all be the same I think. When you say bench I’m assuming the center jump seat? Not sure they even came with a true Bench?
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As far as I know. Not at all. You wonít have much leg room if you squeeze them in there. Like inches.
The front seat?

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No I was talking about the rear. My bad. Exactly what kinda seats do you have now?
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