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will 60/40 seats from a '03 extended cab fit in a '97 single cab?

anyone know?
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no. ext cab tracks are a different length than reg cabs. and before someone suggests swapping the tracks, it won't work without cutting and welding.
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anyone know?
How’s this going ?

Do the ’97 Seat have bolt in tracks ?

My ’03 does and swapping seats out of a ’98 Ext Cab was a bolt in.

if your seats have bolt in tracks give it a try, might be easy swap.
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How’s this going ?

Do the ’97 Seat have bolt in tracks ?

My ’03 does and swapping seats out of a ’98 Ext Cab was a bolt in.

if your seats have bolt in tracks give it a try, might be easy swap.
The cab was extended 3" in 98. The 97-older were 3" shorter in the regular cabs.
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