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Old 08-12-2009
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I am: Ray Clemens
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Kind of off Ranger subject: Bronco 2 seats

This is for those of you who have a Bronco 2 and need seats or seat frames.
As I have posted before, I am trying to resurrect my '86 B II. I really didn't realize what all had happened to it since it was parked, the interior has deteriorated to the point the plastic is all that is really any good anymore. So I found an 89 B II that was pretty complete with gray interior and no front seats. My wife and I gutted the 89 and have it installed in our 86, this morning I went to the wrecking yard looking for seats that would fit on the rails. During the browsing process I came across a 91 Explorer Sport with gray interior and both front seats, so I pulled them and paid $35 for the pair, (they are in good condition, no tears or worn spots, some sun fading). Any way, I got them home and set them in the Bronco to see how they would look, can you imagine my surprise when all the bolt holes lined up and all I had to do was bolt them down?
I don't know what years this works for, but if you need seats for your B II, try to find an Explorer Sport and see if they fit the way mine did. Oh, I should say too that both seats now move forward a lot further than they used to.
I also understand that many of the Explorer seats are a direct bolt in for Rangers, but I have not tried any, as the seats in my 02 are still in excellent condition. But some of the newer explorer seats that I have seen are much nicer than what i have, so maybe I will try it sometime in the future.

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