1994 extended cab 60/40 Bench into a 1988 standard cab

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    I am still searching the forum but have not run across the answer yet so I am going to ask the question. I recently picked up a 60/40 bench out of a 1994 extended cab. I installed the drivers seat with no issues. The other half of the seat however is a different story. The seat is to tall when sitting on top of the center hump. Is the hump on the 88 taller than a 94? Never would have guessed. Is there a different riser between 94 and 88.

    Any help would be appreciated...I will continue looking on the forum.

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    LOL, so I guess there is no one out there that can help me out with that seat question?
     
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    Only thing I can think of.. I think the 2wd vs. 4wd center hump is differant... so if you are 2wd a riser from a 4wd will not work and vise versa.

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    Just an FYI for those that might run into this same issue, I finally got in contact with someone today that told me that there is a difference in the risers between and extended cab and regular cab truck for the 60/40 seat. That would be the source of my problem. So now back to the yard to see if I can lay hands on the correct riser for the reg. cab.
     
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    Ever get this resolved? I’m running into this issue now?
     
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    I'm curious also. Do you use a standard bench seat risers for the passenger side?
     
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    Installed 95 model 40/60 in a 94, having the same issue but drivers side (60 part). Is it just the inner riser on the 60 portion that needs to be changed?

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    Sorry been away from the forum for awhile. It was the inner most of the 60 portion (passenger near hump) You need to get the inner riser from another 60/40 bench that was in a regular cab. This will lower your 60 portion of the bench down enough to be level with the driver 40 portion. Hope this helps.
     

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