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94 60/40 bench seat in an 84?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Cornfield creations, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. Cornfield creations

    Cornfield creations 1/2 ton status

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    Just wondering a good clean way to mount a 60/40 split bench out of a 94 into an 84. I know plenty of people have done it, just looking for a non rigged way of doing it. Thanks!
     
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    I had an 84 and a 60/40 from a 90 I was going to put in it. I think 2 out of all the bolt holes lined up. Mark and drill the rest, weld a captive nut on the underside of the body or just bolt them in. Reinforce the spots with large flat sheetmetal washers and good sized washers and you are good to go. WHen I did it the seat JUST fit. It just touched each door panel. I thought it was a great fit really.
     
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    it's a standard cab pickup, sorry for any confusion. Is that what you were referring to?
     
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    nope I was refering to a K5... Floor in an 84 pickup kicks up, would put your head into the roof if you use the bench out of a newer style truck. No idea how in the heck you will do that. Have to remove the factory "legs" from the seats.
     
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    I wonder if you could switch the legs from the 84 seat to a 94. Figure out a way to mount it up to the seat.
     

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