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Old 01-14-2010
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1992 seats goin in a 94

Sorry to ask the same type of question so many people ask, but I've been searching for a few hours now...

I want to put a 1992 split bench seat into my 1994 standard cab ranger to replace the stock full bench seat.

The 92 split bench does not have tracks with it.

As far as I can tell my ranger has 4 bolts holding the seat tracks in, the rear 2 are in a real tight spot right under the track.

Will the tracks from the 94 work with the 92 seats?

Is it easier to remove the stock 94 bench seat with the tracks attached or to remove the seat from the tracks (leaving the tracks bolted in)?

Thanks for the help!
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take the tracks out with the seat. you are going to need two more tracks. full bench=2 tracks, 60/40=4 tracks. also, the holes may not be in your floor for the other set of seat tracks.
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Old 01-15-2010
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That makes sense, thanks a lot!
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