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Old 06-19-2020, 08:26 AM   #1
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Offering stock 3 passenger seat from 2001 Ford.....light GRAY (ONE SEAT only)

Very minimal use....has been in storage since 2003.

Floor hardware included.

LOCATION: Fairfield, CA (NE of SF and 30 min west of Sacramento)

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Old 06-19-2020, 03:37 PM   #2
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I'm not interested (I have rows of van seats furnishing most of my house....), but it might be helpful to specify which row this is. The 2nd row is different from all other rows (baseplate spread and also seatbelt hip-point), and the 3rd row is different between 7/8 pax vans vs 11/12/15 seat vans (centered vs offset).
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Old 06-19-2020, 04:40 PM   #3
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I've learned in last couple of months that the 3-seat benches are all the same, you can move the seat between row 2/3 (poke through the fabric to change the position, the nuts are there, just covered up. 08+ and 07-earlier have different floor brackets, but same bolt floor pattern.
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I've learned in last couple of months that the 3-seat benches are all the same, you can move the seat between row 2/3 (poke through the fabric to change the position, the nuts are there, just covered up. 08+ and 07-earlier have different floor brackets, but same bolt floor pattern.
I'm referring to the 2nd row as the row behind the driver and passenger. This is not interchangeable with successive rows, and factory nut-serts would not be present for changing baseplate locations, unless it's a center-isle van.
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Old 06-19-2020, 10:12 PM   #5
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This seat would be the 2nd row of bench seats counting from the driver back-meaning driver is a single seat. Hope that clears it up! Thx for pointing that out.
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Offering stock 3 passenger seat from 2001 Ford.....light GRAY (ONE SEAT only)

Very minimal use....has been in storage since 2003.

Floor hardware included.

LOCATION: Fairfield, CA (NE of SF and 30 min west of Sacramento)

Steve

Steve,


When I posted a few years ago about disposing of my bench seats, I was contacted by a director for a youth group from Nevada City. They have a couple of Ford vans and the bench seats were getting a bit worn. I donated my three bench seats and he sent me a letter/receipt with the organization's letterhead that I could use when claiming a tax deduction. Win / win for both parties.


PM me if you want his contact info and I'll see if I can find it.



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Hi Joe...…….great idea! Yes, please forward his contact info.
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Hi Joe...…….great idea! Yes, please forward his contact info.
Thank you

Sent you the contact info via PM. FYI, I used ebay "Sold' listing as comparable prices when filing my taxes.


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I'm referring to the 2nd row as the row behind the driver and passenger. This is not interchangeable with successive rows, and factory nut-serts would not be present for changing baseplate locations, unless it's a center-isle van.
On the floor of the van, the nut-serts are certainly different.

I meant on the bench itself. The leg of the bench seat can be moved. The bench leg on the passenger side can be unbolted and moved inward and the nutserts for the bench leg that match the positioning of 3rd row floor brackets are on all the 3-seat benches.
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