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What all fits?? (Not wheels and tires related)

So I just got a 1986 2wd ranger and I was wondering what all can I strip off of a Bronco II and have it fit on my ranger, both interior and exterior without major modification.

I apologize if this is a foolish question but I was hoping for some direct replacement parts.
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Have patience. Its better to wait for people that actually know what there talking about than a few people guessing or making smalltalk.
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any thing from the doors forward body panel wise. drivetrain wise the if both engines are the same size they will inter change along with every thing under. the hood interior will interchange. rear wont swap due to spring perch location.
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any thing from the doors forward body panel wise. drivetrain wise the if both engines are the same size they will inter change along with every thing under. the hood interior will interchange. rear wont swap due to spring perch location.
Thank you for that, I was looking and a lot of parts looked similar but I wasn't sure, Will the bronco 60/40 seat fit? and how about the seat belts? Mine aren't retracting which has been common in all my 80's cars so far
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Thank you for that, I was looking and a lot of parts looked similar but I wasn't sure, Will the bronco 60/40 seat fit? and how about the seat belts? Mine aren't retracting which has been common in all my 80's cars so far
Yes, they will.
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Awesome, will I have to swap anything over or are they bolt ins?
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They'll just be bolt-ins.
Basically, from the back of the front doors of the cab on to the grill is the same on a Ranger. From there back there are some differences.
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i think the floors may be different so you might need to swap the rails on the bottom of the seat which isn't hard its just 4 bolts. you can use most of the interior too.
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i think the floors may be different so you might need to swap the rails on the bottom of the seat which isn't hard its just 4 bolts. you can use most of the interior too.
I think its the same....but I could be mistaken.
If not then just do what he said. Its just four bolts and takes about 10 minutes to switch out both of them.
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I think its the same....but I could be mistaken.
If not then just do what he said. Its just four bolts and takes about 10 minutes to switch out both of them.
the seat rails are different and if you have a bench in the ranger now your gonna have to find a set of ranger seat rails and then you'll have to drill holes for the two inside brackets
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Alright now what can I strip a front and rear bumper off of?
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Alright now what can I strip a front and rear bumper off of?
the bronco II ones will work on your ranger
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the bronco II ones will work on your ranger

Does it matter what years? Is it still just the 83-88's?
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