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Old 06-04-2001, 21:44   #1 (permalink)
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hi you guys great site. But i have a 78 ford f-250 that i got for $25 and it had a straight six which will be replaced with a big block 400 and it has a bucket seat in it. and my question is that i want bucket seats in it but how do i go by doing it. should i take out the floor of a bronco and weld it in for the seats or should i weld in a flat piece of metal and put custom seat tracks in it. any help would be awesome because i have some killer camaro bucket seats i want in there but someone please help me.
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Old 06-07-2001, 19:42   #2 (permalink)
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i would make up some brackets it would by a lot easier than welding in another floor.is the bronco floor the same shape as the f250? if so then you might be able to custom the brackets from the bronco seats to the camaro seats.
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Thanks alot i think i might jus try putting in a flat piece of metal and using some 92 and up chevy truck bucket seat mounts if u catch my drift
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how did you make out with your seat? what did you end up doin?
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havent did nothin yet im still wondering what to do because in like the 4x4 mags and stuff u see guys with a truck like mine with buckets in them but they never tell how they did it so ill hold back for now atleast or if u have any comments send them id be glad to hear them
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