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Installing Jump Seats in a Non-Jump Seat Truck

I found a guy with a parts truck. it has all of the rear interior panels that are needed for the swap. im prepared to buy but i want to know that the seats and seatbelts will bolt in.. anyone that can confirm this? any other info or tips?

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and heres what this truck has
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they should just bolt right in...everything should be there under the trim
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alright. i hope youre right. should be pretty awesome to drive people in the back legally soon..
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That cupholder thing is sweet.
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havent decided if i want that part too or not. right now im focused on the panels.
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they should be in there
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ok thanks.
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what in place of the jump seats?
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if you look over the big POS amp i had in that pic you can see the top. its a little storage compartment.
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Go for it! I love those seats in the back of my truck. I've even had to ride back there in a friend's truck haha. I'm 6'1", and it wasn't bad at all. I use the space behind mine for storage, and the seats are still functional in case someone has to ride back there.
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yea i always drive my room mates around so i want more seats.
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