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Front drivers side seat Cushion

Have any of you dudes tried to install a right side lower seat bottom an the left side. MY Back Hurts..
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Yo,
I believe the seat cushions are identical.

Section 01-10: Seats and Tracks in 1996 F-150, F-250, F-350, F-Super Duty and Bronco Workshop Manual (PARTIAL)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Seat Cushion Cover and/or Pad, Bucket Seat


A new, if still available at Ford is; $275.82
Seat Cushion Pad (Front Seat Cushion); Pad - bucket seat


NOTE: Repairs to seat cushions or seat backs are performed outside the vehicle and are usually for replacement of torn, worn or burned seat covers. In a few instances, the pads might be damaged and require replacement.

How about Re-doing seat foam and springs by realfloopyguy @ Redoing seat foam and springs.

Chris B swapped the seats
Seat Rotation
https://web.archive.org/web/20110515..._Rotation.html

Rebuild in an 86 Eddie Bauer; "....It gets rid of the toilet feel they get as they age (your @$$ touches the sides, but not the middle). for next to nuthin' and they feel great now. All it cost me was a box full of hog rings and a pair of hog ring pliers, some 1" foam and the special non-melting spray can of foam rubber adhesive. Cut the hog rings and remove the seat bottom covers. Cut the center piece for foam, then the side bolsters, spray them and the original seat foam, wait 4 minutes and stick em on. After that pull the covers back over and install the new hog rings.While you're in there, tighten all bolts, especially the floor and track to seat bolts. I did this not just cause' Iz cheap, but also because precious few other seats out there are as large or have armrests. Dirt cheap, damned easy and darned effective..."
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Rebuilding Kit; Bucket Kit for 80-96; includes (2) 24" x 24" Foam Sheets; (2) 18" x 20" Reinforce Material, Pair of Hog Ring Pliers, Package of Hog Rings & Instructions
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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.

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Seat cushions on 92-96 trucks are definitely the same on both sides. I replaced my driver's seat with a junkyard passenger seat cushion and it's been great ever since

I also put seat covers and an Expedition console in mine

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Thanks guys. I Will have to hunt down a passenger seat in gray and learn how to spell or spell check or both.
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The cover comes off and you just need to replace the foam. You could use your seat cover if it was in good shape

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Yo Rusty,

For a YARD SEARCH on-line, I use;
http://www.hollanderparts.com/
A yard that uses Hollander Interchange can search other yards and have it shipped
Can select certain parts
Has Vehicle Pics! They show about 3 - 5 pics for some vehicles
I searched here for; 1996 Ford Bronco Interior Seat, Front Alternate Seat
Try searching for 1992 through 1995 for more results.
Here is one R/H, GRY CLOTH MAN BUCKET; passenger side

@ Call for Price, Roz Auto Salvage
5848 South 13th Street Milwaukee, WI 53221
414-282-9862
A few other yards are listed, but seem too far away so shipping and any packaging may be $$$$. See if local yards are in the Hollander system, they may find one for you and have a reduced shipping cost.

or;
CoPartfinder - Your guide to Auto Parts on the Internet
Can search by year range, 92 through 96
Has Vehicle Pics! They show about 4 - 5 pics per vehicle incl. interior/dash, back seat, front & rear and engine bay.
Can NOT Select certain parts
...

Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market
Can select certain parts
Can search by year range, 92 through 96 & has best item condition descriptions such as "COVER BAD LEATHER PWR BKT GRY"
Has Some Vehicle Pics! They show about 4 - 8 pics per vehicle incl. interior/dash, back seat, front & rear and engine bay
...

Pick-n-Pull Home
This is a Company name w/yard locations in various states
Can NOT Select certain parts

Row52 | Search Results
Can NOT Select certain parts
Has Vehicle Pics AND Want a Part? It's Easy...
1. You create a Parts Wanted Listing.
2. Parts Pullers respond with offers.
3. You pick the best one.
A Parts Puller gets the parts you need.

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for obsolete parts by Ford long version pn:
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https://consumerlink.oeconnection.com/91554453363118850 (suggested by JScatt!)

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Thanks Miesk5
Good links. Its odd having gray seats and a brown dash they must of been changed out before. I also don't see arm rests, I guess the real question would be are the lower cushions the same.
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Yo Rusty,
YW.
Our 96, bought new does not have arm rests.

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Time will tell.Miesk spotted me $125.00 for my Monday order... Nice Guy..
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Yo Rusty,
Where did you purchase it?
Let us know how it works out.

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I will. Milwaukee's 3hrs away still trying to work the local young guys (Ford guys) to find one local. But all they are interested in blowing smoke (Diesel) So I might have to put her into the wind next week.
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I'm about an hour and 40 minutes away but the local yard that I got my seat cushion from had dozens. I can grab one once the weather gets nicer. If need be, I can install it too.
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This was my answer. I wanted seat covers anyway so I went to wally world and got two of those Forever Comfy Seat cushions and put it under my drivers and passengers seat covers. Works great and "my back feel good and my bottom feels good"...lol

Forever Comfy Cushion | Seat Cushion | AsSeenOnTV Store
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I'm about an hour and 40 minutes away but the local yard that I got my seat cushion from had dozens. I can grab one once the weather gets nicer. If need be, I can install it too.
Now that would be nice. All I would need is finding one I can put it in my self. even if I have to buy the whole seat I'll pm you tomorrow. Weather is right.... 9" snow today
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