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Old 12-02-2011, 05:46 PM   #1
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Default Driver side seat cushion need replacing

Hello everyone,

I'm new and this is my first post, so maybe someone can help.

I just recently bought a 2001 F150 XL sport extended cab and need to replace the cushion and fabric under the drivers side seat.

Is it possible just to replace the drivers seat or do I have to replace the entire bench since it's a 60/40 bench seat?
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You should be able to do just the one side but I recently looked into doing this with mine and according to my dealer it is no longer available! So let me know if you find a supplier
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Check local junk yards, and CL, you'll find a replacement.
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I know this is a old post, but I'm in need of the same thing. My 2004 150 has only 60,000 on it and the seat cushionds have been going bad for sometime . The material that was used is pure Crap and would stain with just a drop of condensation from a cold drink can.
I was hoping there is a aftermarket cushion replacement but may have to resort to covers for the entire seat, back and all.
Help if anyone knows what can be done ?????
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