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Center Seat For Buckets?

anyone bought a lil center seat and put it in between there buckets i.e. making it a bench seat with a arm rest?>....anyone know out of what kind of truck that will fit?
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I think it would be easier to switch to a 60/40 setup. There are plenty of people that would switch. Also the 60/40 setup has a center storage compartment/armrest.
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ya switch to the factory 60/40 seats
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ok i have tried.....no jy round me have them and idk anyone around me that will switch.....n kinda wanted just a removable center section jus n case i end up down the road not wanting it.....i have seen someone post it on here before but cant find it again
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where do you live .... i got a 60/40 setup in my edge with a little fixable damage .... if u have buckets i will trade if ur in my area
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i live in hudson fl round the tampa area
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fixable damage lol that sounds good
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fixable damage lol that sounds good
its got a tear in the upholstry and some of the foam paddding is gone ... like i said fixable

and yeah florida is a little fAR from virginia ... sorry bro
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I know someone with a Taurus that has a 40/20/40 setup, with a center seat that folds into a sweet arm rest. I searched before and could not find pics on a google search, but I think that would be the closest thing that might fit a ranger.

They sell them for full size trucks a lot, but not for the ranger's size.
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ya my boss has one in his silverado i think im gonna borrow it n see if itll fit maybe ill make one....welding brackets im good with.....but upholestry idk i aint no susy home maker but i do have some camo material left from when i did my door panels n stuff
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