Originally Posted by drppdyllwrngr
they are basically going to be a one off deal. you will have to cut, modify, and weld brackets to get them in. i say go for it if they fit. just make sure they aren't too tall, or too wide, etc.
94' Ranger Super cab
Nah they are slim racing type seats not bulky at all...lol the stock split-bench seat is the bulky one.
The things that worry me are the seat belt connection points, they're attached to a rear sliding arm on both seats that connect to the floorboard via TORX' bolts that go through the floor to the outside of the truck (can see the ground through the TORX hole)
No worries as this sliding arm connects to the "Slider" or seat frame not the seat itself so won't be an issue.
Pretty sure all I have to do is:
Take the sliders off of both the ranger, and GP seats. (sliders being everything from the seat down)
Put the ranger slider on the GP seat.
Put the GP seat with ranger slider into the truck.
I could either pop a 1/2" bead on each corner with a 110 flux core mig.
Or since the GP holes are only 1/2" wider on either side...drill new holes.