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Need new front bucket seats for 1994 Bronco

Can anyone suggest a source for seats to replace the worn out originals that I have in my 1994 Bronco. Love my Bronco, but must have seats to continue enjoying the ride.
Will other truck seats fit? F150? Any ideas or suggestions welcomed.

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Typically most car manufactures have in stock, all lines of seat covers. LOL


Posted on Dec 29, 2010

  • Keith Love Dec 29, 2010

    just another fyi, I am a Master Upholsterer, in the early 70's I redid a 1966 xke jaguar. Had sent from England the original covers for that car. (Rolled and Pleated) and with my experience in other sports cars I found they forgot a pull inside the seat covers.

    I suggested to the owner that they were wrong and he didn't believe me. He took his Jaguar to a show and found out that I was right. Oh,well.



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Seats out of a similar year F150 will work. Or find a reputable automotive upholstery shop and have new covers made. You can go to a website called Full Size Broncos. Its a free forum and it can answer a lot of your questions about your Bronco

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