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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by bigviclbi, Jan 22, 2009.
They fit in my ford 2000 full size
And I gave Chevy facts.
And if I recall correctly, you can't get an Extd cab Ford new with 4 doors anymore.
No problem in the Silverado, three seats in back, three up front.
I have no problem with a car seat in my 06 Chevy ext cab 2500HD.
Not even close to true. They still make super cab 4 doors. I looked at an 09 the other day. Why would they get rid of that?
That's some BS right there.
I swear GravelyNut and GravelRat say some of the dumbest chit I've read on this site.
I can pack 5 Jose's in the back of the 05 F 250.
I have a 96 f 150 for my personal truck with front bucket seats that my sons car seat fits perfect in the middle of the back seat.
When he was younger and we had to face him backwards, I could see him real good. Now that he is facing forward now he has plenty of room to throw his sippy cup at daddy when hes finished with it.
Sorry you think that way. But why don't you quote the whole statement? It was left open for correction. Not more than a week ago I tried to find a single 4-door F-150 ext cab Ford locally and not one came up or that the Ford site would show. So it looked like they had dropped them. And it was done with a current Ford owner doing the same. And failed for him too.
That's what we both couldn't understand but as Ford failed to show any, what were we to think. 4-door ext cabs make for better trucks for long distance trips for 2 people and are quite useable for 3 people.
Extended cab would be fine for what you will use it for. Probably 12yr old and up they will not seat comfortably at all, I have to scoot my seat up a whole lot for people to sit in the back. Then it takes away from my space.