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For my 95 SRW 3500 which had a worn out cheap-ass cheyenne style bench,
I got a rear seat from a 99 OBS Crew cab.
This seat is the same as what the 95-96 regular cab Silverado and SLE trucks had, with the fold down center armrest that does not open up. The only difference is the crew cab rear seat has non-adjustable tracks.
I took the tracks off my worn out seat and put them on the new seat, but I found something interesting when I turned the new seat over.
The tracks are actually the same, there is only no handle to release the adjusters on the crew cab seat. It can be adjusted by reaching under the seat and releasing the latches. There is a anti-theft torx bolt in the latch on the driver's side to keep it from moving. Take that out and then you can move the seat forward or backward. IF you are installing a sub box behind the rear seat you might want to move it forward a notch or 2 to gain a little box room, or maybe you want to move the seat forward a little so the seats can lean back a bit.
If you really want to be able to move the seat easily, get the tracks from a regular cab bench and you will have full adjustment on the rear seat.
Thought that might help some of you OBS Crew guys out.