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2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Console Installed

I had a pretty productive weekend. I go my A-pillar grab handles installed, did the 60/40 to 40-40 conversion, and installed this bad boy! The arm rest is in perfect line with the shifter and is very comfortable.




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close ups on the cup holder part thanks
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looks good!

man, looks like you did a great job cutting your seat, got any more pics of the seat that you modified?
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looks good!

man, looks like you did a great job cutting your seat, got any more pics of the seat that you modified?
I put one up. I didn't have too much spare time left this weekend. I didn't cut the fabric and just tucked it underneath for now. I think I'm going to get some oakley seat covers but I might try to get some ranger high backs. Not sure yet.
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Nice, I've seen those ones with the bags on ebay, pretty nifty.
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Get the wet okole seat covers. those are the best...

www.wetokole.com

do a search on here for some pics. they look like oem seat upholstery!
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Those are my seats that i'm on a hunt for!! Looks great man. That's one of those funky built in purces/diddy bag thingys...i've seen one, and only one before this thread. Looks good.

Lets see them A-pillar grabs! I just upgraded too!


EDIT: Saw pic posted in pillar grab thread. lol

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very nice! looks great
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Hey Zach,

I will take some more pictures tomorrow. The cup holder holds two cups but also flips (as shown) to make a clipboard holder type deal. It is actually pretty cool.

Also the little bag is perfect for my larger camera but obviously I don't leave it in the truck.

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Console looks great! I am on the hunt for one right now. How did you secure the console in the front? Did you just use self-tapping screws. Also did you pull up your carpet to position the rear bracket?

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looks sick, havent seen to many of those
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It looks pretty good.
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Console looks great! I am on the hunt for one right now. How did you secure the console in the front? Did you just use self-tapping screws. Also did you pull up your carpet to position the rear bracket?

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Jason
I got the brackets and screws from the donor sport trac.

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looks sick, havent seen to many of those
Ya it was an unusual find.

Everybody else.

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