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I'm getting ready to swap out my center console for a jump seat to accomodate all six of us for our road trip. I already have a jump seat from a 2018 to 2020 Super Duty truck. I purchased this seat. The seat arrived and it looks like it is supposed to have a shoulder harness judging by the belt configuration and amount of extra belt I have. However, I'm not sure how this is supposed to work with the seat. There is no guide to keep the shoulder belt in place near the head rest. Looking at various photos on the web, I see that Jump Seats from 2012 to 2017 appear to have a shoulder harness integrated into the seat itself, like this.

From what I gather, Ford moved away from the integrated seat belt to a new style but I can't find any pictures showing how it is supposed to be installed. If you have a Super Duty with the JumpSeat and don't mind sharing photos of how the shoulder harness works like the seat I have, I would greatly appreciate it.


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Posted: 06/12/20 06:44am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My 2015 F-350 center seat ONLY had a lap belt for the center seat


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My 2017 has integrated shoulder belt.
The buckle moves up and down on the belt.

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FWIW, My previous 07 Ram Only had a lap belt in the center seat.

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I think I figured out what the issue is. Not confirmed but the seat I purchased is not from a crew cab truck but just a regular cab. I am guessing that for those trucks, the seat belt is attached to the back wall of the truck since it is readily available. I didn't see any way to easily adapt so I sucked up the cost and purchased another seat, double checked to make certain it had a shoulder belt on it. I will now attempt to return or resell the seat I purchased.

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The seat with integrated belt has to have stronger frame as well?
Post a picture how the center seat will fit with your older bench?
I think you will love the new seat. When folded - you have good cupholders, phone slot and I love lower shelf that you can move up front when seat is not used for extra storage.
When we charge our phones from front USB, the floor cupholders hold them just fine.
I had passengers on my central seat only couple of times, but seem pretty comfortable for adult, so your young daughter should fit just fine.

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