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My Interior.

Someone asked me for pics a while back. At the time, it was gutted but its ' semi ' put back together at present time. I still have a few things to do, just waiting on the tools to do them.

These are ' day ' pics, nothing is lit-up at all. Need to have the seats re-covered as well

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I need to re-do the harnesses to 10-15 degree's instead of the 70-90 they are presently at.

I hope these pics satisfy what the original person wanted to see.
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that interior is bad ***! what seats are those? are they made for the ranger or did you have to mod them like the explorer seat swap?
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i like the choice of colors, cool stearing wheel!
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that interior is bad ***! what seats are those?
****.. you would have to ask that.. I know they originally said Recaro across the top and had this 2-tone leather-like covering. I didn't like the cold winter mornings/hot summer days and getting in and having to sit on them. After more then a ' few ' cig-burns/holes, I had my sister re-cover them.

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are they made for the ranger or did you have to mod them like the explorer seat swap?
I made the mounting brackets with some aluminum and a TIG. The brackets are for standard 19inch wide mounting.
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i like the choice of colors, cool stearing wheel!
cool steering wheel cover? The wheel is 03 and older stock wheel...
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Very nice looking interior D. The white/black/grey contrasts look really good.
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Like the 2-tone D... and the seats looks sweet
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Very nice looking interior D. The white/black/grey contrasts look really good.
Looks better at night.

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Like the 2-tone D... and the seats looks sweet
The seats are going to be re-covered all in black. Parts will look like a patent leather ( shiny ) and other parts a dull luster like a suede but it will be of all soft materials.

I'm changing the trucks color. All that white stuff is going to be re-done as well.
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The seats are going to be re-covered all in black. Parts will look like a patent leather ( shiny ) and other parts a dull luster like a suede but it will be of all soft materials.
Sweet... i need to have my seats re-done after the cigarette burn from hell (i don't smoke anymore 'cause of it though) haha... unfortunately I don't have family that can accomplish this...
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Sweet... i need to have my seats re-done after the cigarette burn from hell (i don't smoke anymore 'cause of it though) haha... unfortunately I don't have family that can accomplish this...
Get together with the locals.. car clubs.. theres ALWAYS someone whom can help.

In our group, Dave is the Ultimate Detailer. He can get stains and discoloration out of just about anything. Brian can machine up or mill all sorts of custom parts. Scott is a ' wild guy ' whom can do ' input ' on anything. I'm the ' dreamer ' whom comes up with ideas.. once in a while they work sometimes they don't . Its a 50/50 shot on that one.

Were all starting to get into body work and paint so.. Expect to see the Western N.Y. Trucks to start looking different here soon.
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Locals? You mean George over 30 min away and the new guy (no offense buddy)... haha... jk... my brother details for a living... I'll see if he has some buddys who can do a seat...
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Locals? You mean George over 30 min away and the new guy (no offense buddy)... haha... jk... my brother details for a living... I'll see if he has some buddys who can do a seat...
Appolstry places can do it but their prices might be a bit on the high-end scale.

I try to do everything locally. If theres ever a problem, being there in person beats a call over the phone :) .

Do you have pics of the burns on your seats? They DO make products that patch such entities.
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I like the night shot! I like the bright Gauges
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just the interior must have set you back a few dollars huh?
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Do you have pics of the burns on your seats?
I do not... all pictures of damage to the truck are either not in existence or I have never seen.... it's DEEP though... it burnt through some of the foam... I can actually fit the tip of my finger in it... I found some sweet mustang seats though that were made for the grabber orange one so I might just use those as a prototype
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I'm not feeling the blue interior ricer lights or the recovered Recaros.
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just the interior must have set you back a few dollars huh?
Lemme TRY and remember what this stuff cost and what all is in there..

The lighting..
Theres 6 10inch cold cathodes under the dash and 4 20inch in the back of the cab. All of them were less then 50$ WITH the transformers for them.

The gague overlays were 25$ on Ebay.. I THINK it cost another 3-5$ to ship those..

The seats were Originally in a friends 03 Cobra ( Can't remember ). I might have bought them still in their boxes. He rolled and I aquired them. I believe I bought them for.. 500$/pair.

The harnesses I bought on my own, they were pretty expensive.. like 350$ ( I think? ).

I still have the factory stereo with the protective sticker on it.. Its never really turned on.

Theres nothing really in there. No stereo, no screens or game boxes.. no DVD players.. No power-anything ( locks, windows ).

A guy from WAY back on the forums named ' Tiger ' was the ' Keeper of the cheap mod ' and showed me the way to do things without the cost . I haven't changed anything in over 3 years inside the cab.
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I'm not feeling the blue interior ricer lights or the recovered Recaros.
Thats OK. I'm sure they draw more attention at events then those gay assed redneck horns of yours.
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Thats OK. I'm sure they draw more attention at events then those gay assed redneck horns of yours.
I don't go to "events" in the Ranger, and if I do the truck stays in the parking lot. Attention is not something I'm trying to get, they are there for the idiots who can not drive
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^hahahahahaha
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I still have the factory stereo with the protective sticker on it.. Its never really turned on.
So you just listen to wind......?
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Thats OK. I'm sure they draw more attention at events then those gay assed redneck horns of yours.
First off... you got owned.

D. the truck looks great and with the seats switching over to black its really gonna look sharp.
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I don't go to "events" in the Ranger, and if I do the truck stays in the parking lot. Attention is not something I'm trying to get, they are there for the idiots who can not drive
Lucky me, I'm deaf LOL!
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So you just listen to wind......?
Exhaust note, mostly. The wind is fine as well.
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