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Old 01-08-2006, 15:28   #1 (permalink)
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Xw, Xy Seats

Hey Guys
Does Anyone Know What Bucket Seat Will Fit Into The Same Holes At The Xw Bench Seats, Would Rather Minimise The Drilling Of New Holes If I Can. Something Along The Eb, Ef Line.
Just Not Sure If Any Will Pretty Much Go Straight In
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Re: Xw, Xy Seats

All 1967 to 1987 Ford ,Falcon,Fairlane,Fairmont,Futura,GS,GT,Landau,Marquis,LTD,Utility,Wagon and Panel Van...etc Bucket Seats have the same bolt pattern underneath.From EA onwards they changed the mounting design. All Ford floorpans from these models that were fitted with a bench seat have the positions where the holes are needed to be drilled for bucket seats pressed into them.You have to pell back your rubber matts or carpet and any underfelt to find the marking's.The four holes for your bench seat are used still used with the bucket seats as the outside holes for each side.I will post more information for you later.
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