I’ve posted this in a number of threads but take one of your Seat out.
Turn it over and see how the Slider/Tracks are attached to the seat pan.
If it has four screw holding the Track on then there is a good chance the newer seats will attach to your tracks.
Take out the other seat and compare. Some use rivets but if the spacing is the same then the tracks can swap out.
In my ’03 std cab, the tracks from my 60/40 Seats bolted to a set of Bucket seats out of a 99 Ext Cab ( I think the seat came ou tof an EXT Cab 02 or 03 before the 99 got them ). They were the same seats as if I got buckets.
Now here is another thing, in my year range and I have to believe most rangers w/ the 60/40 seats… the passenger side is a std bucket seat and if the seat bolt to the tracks you can add another passenger seat to the driver’s side track. No the seat back adjuster handle is not going to get in the way because you will be using the Driver;s Side Track bolted to the Passenger’s Side Seat.
It works, quick bucket seats for the price of a JY Passenger Seat.
First check out the attaching point for the Track/Slider to the Seat Pan, measure them up and compare the P side to the D side and see what you get. If the measurements are the same go shopping in the JY for a 60/40 Passenger Seat, pull it and start measuring them, you should get lucky.
Qualifier: This works on the 98 thru 03 Ranger Std vs Ext Cabs and vice-versa, take some time check it out and you can get a set of bucket seat out of the deal for short cash.
Too long, sorry working on my wordiness !
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