Join Date: Oct 2015
Location: Central Georgia
Bronco Info: 1992 Eddie Bauer, 302 currently with E4OD, 265/75r15
I went through and beefed my seat up a little with some cheap foam from Wal-Mart as it was approaching tail bone distance that my previous seat had. There is a wire that holds the bottom seat cover in place (which I chose to work around) and velcro to keep the cover from sliding around, but other than having to take the seat completely apart (off the track, and the lower end of the hinges), it wasn't that bad to do. Only trouble you may have is dealing with cutting holes for the bolts (and if you have lumbar/power) in the lower seat cover if you decide to just swap the bottoms instead of swapping the foam.
Remember with your tailgate windows not working...Clean your plug first!
!992 Eddie Bauer, 302 w/E4OD
Former 1990 302 XLT swapped T18