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Finding A Bench Seat for a Truck?

An old Ford truck.Does anyone know where I can get a decent bench seat for cheap for my 1984 F250?

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May 5, 20210 found this helpful
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Generally an auto junk yard would be the place to look but finding a 1984 F250 truck in a junk yard will probably not happen.
You can place wanted ads in Nextdoor.com, Freecycle, Craigslist and other sites but what you really need to know is what model trucks have the same size seats so you can look for more than one model truck.

You can ask this question at some of your auto parts stores as some of them still sell seats - usually ordered.

Some truck repair shops might be able to help you - especially the shops that do accident repair work.
Ford dealership may be able to help you even if it's just providing 'generic' seats.

There a lot of truck forums that help with things like this so maybe join and ask:

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Anonymous
May 6, 20210 found this helpful

thanks

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May 20, 20210 found this helpful
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It's a long shot but here are some ideas:

  • Check Craigslist, Facebook Market, & Offer Up. You can post wanted and hopefully someone will reach out to you.
  • Check with junk yards
  • Check with auto mechanic
  • Word of mouth with family/friends/neighbors (they might know someone)

Ebay has one for sale right now: www.ebay.com/.../233815636300?_trkparms=ispr%3D1&amdata...

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I hope you find the bench you're looking for! Good luck!

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May 5, 20210 found this helpful

You could check car salvage yards in your area, You can also check with Ford dealership , for where they send there cars that are traded in or auctioned. Going to a acution offen times you can get a truck for the parts. Put in car auctions , along with your zip code ,for the closest and next auction.

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May 5, 20210 found this helpful

Where are you located? If near Pittsburgh I know a great place that may have one, but without knowing where you are, it is going to be impossible to help. Sorry!

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Post back with your location! Thanks!

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Anonymous
May 6, 20210 found this helpful

roanoke va

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May 6, 20210 found this helpful

I would go to an auto body shop. They usually have connections to all kinds of parts.

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May 22, 20210 found this helpful

I am afraid that for a very small price, you can only find used seats in very bad condition, which will not last you long.
There is used but in good condition seat on ebay www.ebay.com/.../154159220403, here there are good seats for a good price www.carid.com/.../, but I have not dealt with this website, so first check the reviews of this site.

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