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L.I.B! Fancy. Progress is good.
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Looking good, I used that same color paint on my rollbar and fender flares.
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Today Mr. C got my driver seat back to me. The head rest and arm rest have been removed. The turned out real clean and simple. The sections down the center are four inches wide.

I have always wanted a low back bucket in my mini.


Got it installed.


I still have alot more work to do. Dang the pic missed the painted and finished drive shaft tunnel. Oops

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I want low back bucket seats soooo bad!!
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Yes sir, I know the feeling. They are very comfortable too, I am impressed how much more recline they offer. The single cab feels alot bigger now to me.
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Looks great. Love the work you've done
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Are they stock seats cut down?
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Thank you Fink.

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Are they stock seats cut down?
Yes, this is the original seat. The seat frame has a headrest piece welded on. This taller piece is simply cut off the frame. Then they add padding around the frame and shape it to match. Mr. C also changed my passenger back seat foam to my driver side now. Because it had more signs of wear. The seat has a completely new feel to it.
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hmmm now if only I could be with out seats for a while I could get mine done haha!
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Ya Casper, here is a thought that might help you out. Find a good shop to modify your originals, pick colors and patterns out. Pick up a driver seat from the junk yard. Takes yours out and put in the shop. Ride on your temporary seat until they get done. Sell the temporary seat after they are complete. It should only take about a week to get yours back. Boom you are all set. :)
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Looks great. Steering wheel and shifter get hot?
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Looks real good! Did you clear the radio bezel?
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Looks great. Steering wheel and shifter get hot?
Thanks man, most likely it will get hot. I have not had it out in the sun yet. But everything is hot down here.

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Looks real good! Did you clear the radio bezel?
Yes sir, the long arm is cleared and working great thanks to a homemade adapter. I took it for a cruise yesterday to test out the hurst shifting on the road. It is way better now, the Hurst shifter kills the stock shifter. I recommend the Hurst shift kit to all Ranger owners.
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The latest update is I got the mini back yesterday. I had Mr. C lay down all new high quality carpet on the floor board and back wall. The custom made shift boot turned out so nice too. I will try to do a photo shoot for you guys this weekend. I am super pumped on the way everything is coming together.
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Give us a cell phone pic at least.
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I would if I had a cell phone that takes pictures. I use a two way Nextel for work reasons. It aint no smart phone. lol I almost got everything installed and back together again. Tomorrow I will be trying to finish it up. But, I am still waiting on a few parts I ordered.
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I still have to get the door panels and center console. I forgot to take pictures of the billet door sills. Today was a total brain failure after last night's festivities. I do not feel very sharp today. But the mini looks sharp, that is the important part.

The pitbull dog is hungry. He was a beast.


New carpet is so nice. It appears to be poured in. But, what is this yellow crap on the piece under my steering column?


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Its all about the shifter.
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Like i have said before your truck deserves a spread in a magazine absolutely beautiful.

p.s what are you doing with that L
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Nicely done sir. Looking very clean. Love it. Keep us posted on updates / changes. Very curious to see the Billet Door Sills.
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Looks really good!!
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Its like shiny Ranger sex.
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Truck looks good, grille mod is real nice !
The shift handle looks like the one I have, higher, bent back more and toward the driver a little.

I am surprised you didn't attempt to get the single FX4 LvL II shift boot and electronic module cover !
Unless yu want the Cup holders, the FX4 stuff is nice.

Great job on the truck, but Ranger sex is better on a trail ride... LoL.

One thing, I just looked back at the pic, just me but get rid of the Ranger Emblem on the front fender...

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Its like shiny Ranger sex.
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That interior is so perfect and clean!

Do you take your shoes off before you get in it? lol
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