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Quick question regarding seat options for the B3000


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A fresh looking 1994 B3000 just showed up at my local bone yard. I can't tell from the pics, but it kind of looks like it has bucket seats. It's an extended cab. I was trying to Google the trim options for these to figure out if bucket seats or bench seats were offered but I haven't had any luck. Could these have the 60/40 OR the bucket seats? I really don't want to drive 30 minutes just to find they aren't buckets. here's a pic if that helps!
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Gah, that's hard to tell but it almost looks like buckets with an arm rest. If it was a 60/40 the arm rest rear end would be pivoting out of the drivers seat back but it's flat with the seat reclined some and not lined up... it's been too many years since I've had one of those center consoles to remember the alignment of things...
 

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Gah, that's hard to tell but it almost looks like buckets with an arm rest. If it was a 60/40 the arm rest rear end would be pivoting out of the drivers seat back but it's flat with the seat reclined some and not lined up... it's been too many years since I've had one of those center consoles to remember the alignment of things...
i know! it's so close. if they took half a step backwards for the pic I would know for sure. I think i'm going to run up and see this AM.
 

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@scotts90ranger - good call on the way the console vs seat back was angled! it WAS a set of buckets. however the terrible picture didn't capture that they were rusted solid into the carpet 😫

That's alright, found a near perfect shape head light pull switch and a replacement washer motor pump. I will find seats one day!
 

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Swap the tracks over?
 

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Swap the tracks over?
I could have. But I've waited this long, I really want them to be in better shape. I found stains that probably wouldn't come out for instance. It sounds really picky, but I'm ok with being picky at this point 😂
 

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