2009 - 2014 Ford F150 Seat Options
40-20-40 Split Bench vs. 40-Console-40 Bucket Seats
The F150 offered seating for either two or three people in the front row. The two outer seats remained the same allowing for relatively easy conversions.
2009 - 2014 F150 Center Jumpseats
2009 & 2010 F-150s use a Jump Seat that has a lap seat belt. The 2011 F-150 added a three-point center seat belt as standard. The Regular Cab F150 uses a body-mounted seatbelt for the jumpseat. SuperCab and SuperCrew trucks will have a seat with an integrated seatbelt. Whatever Cab size you have these Jump Seats allow seating for 3 people in the front row.
2009 - 2014 F150 Center Console Conversion
These consoles fit the same footprint as the center jump seat allowing for a quick and easy Jump Seat Swap Installation without having to modify the dashboard. The original Jump Seat floor bracket can be modified easily to allow installation of the Center Console or vise versa.
2009 - 2014 F150 Flow Through Consoles
Floor shifters were standard on trucks with the flow-through console. Flow-through consoles connect to the dash to create a more luxurious interior. However you can't add a Jump Seat with the Flow Through for extra seating due to the shifter.
2009 - 2014 F150 SuperCab Rear Seats
The SuperCab, aka Extended Cab, offered a rear bench seat with a folding 60/40 cushion allowing for additional storage. This design actually reused the rear seat bolt pattern as the 2004 - 2008 F150 Seats.
2009 - 2014 F150 SuperCrew Rear Seats
The four door crew cab offered a larger 60/40 split bench seat. Folding armrests with retractable cupholders were standard for the King Ranch, Harley Davidson, and Lariat leather interiors.
Custom Made To Order F-150 Seats Available
We offer these seats in brand new condition made to order. We offer leather, suede, and even exotic materials, all in a wide variety of colors. Air conditioning, heat, power tracks, and adjustable lumbar are all available.