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Old 11-15-2006
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'97 2 door ext cab jump seats in a '03 2 door ext cab...

will they interchange?
 
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Old 11-22-2006
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bump for some help here!
 
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Don't the newer trucks have the jumpseats that fold down from the rear?

Ours fold down from the side I don't think they are anywhere near the same but I'm not sure when they started the change
 
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Old 11-22-2006
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in my 99 i can.. not sure if there the same design rear seat wise between 99 and 97.. far as i can tell they ought to.. if they dont just bolt in.. im sure you could make them work with lil work
 
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Old 11-22-2006
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I'm not sure if the newer model 2-door supercabs have them on the sides still or not. I know my 4-dr cab has them on the back wall. I wish I could find the plastic back wall peice from one that doesn't have one so I could take mine out and not have big holes in the back wall plastic. I've never even come close to using mine for anything.
 
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Originally Posted by klc317
I'm not sure if the newer model 2-door supercabs have them on the sides still or not. I know my 4-dr cab has them on the back wall. I wish I could find the plastic back wall peice from one that doesn't have one so I could take mine out and not have big holes in the back wall plastic. I've never even come close to using mine for anything.
mine are out.. but no holes for me.. i guess im just lucky lol
 
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Old 11-23-2006
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Originally Posted by klc317
I'm not sure if the newer model 2-door supercabs have them on the sides still or not. I know my 4-dr cab has them on the back wall. I wish I could find the plastic back wall peice from one that doesn't have one so I could take mine out and not have big holes in the back wall plastic. I've never even come close to using mine for anything.
the newer 2 door supercabs still have the seats come out of the sides..........
 
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Ok...I learned something new today...thanks!
 
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yea my 07 they come out of the sides... no fold out doors :(
 
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Old 11-23-2006
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yea my 07 they come out of the sides... no fold out doors :(
Do you think you'd bea able to snap a picture of the back seat area of your truck please? I would like to see what the back wall looks like.
 
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