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Old 12-12-2011, 11:11 PM
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Anyone know of a good source for aftermarket seats for our trucks?

I've been scouring the bone-yards around Toledo, Ohio and I'm not finding much.

My butt needs a new seat!
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Old 12-12-2011, 11:24 PM
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You might have to measure your seat track & frame width and go from there.

Or, check out Cleveland Pick A Part to see what they have.

You could also try fitting some newer Ram seats in your cab.

Lastly, I would think that OEM replacements are available at LMCTruck.com
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Thank you sir! I will follow up on those leads.
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Good luck, man. Also, if you want aftermarket seats, they are out there but you have to adapt the frames to fit your seat track.
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Another option is something like this....
http://www.industrialseats.com/pgr.a...&categoryID=23

I had a set of custom seats for my old 76 Ford and they were awesome.
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