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Old 02-14-2008
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Need center fold down arm rest for 2000 ranger

i broke the clip on the door on my center fold down arm rest compartment and i need to know where i can find one to replace it or how to fix it...
 
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same thing happened to mine so i done the seat mod and installed a explorer center console
 
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Wish I had a centerfold on my armrest.
 
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is it a 60/40 seat? i'm about ready to throw my old 60/40 into the trash. The lid is good, needs recovered due to it being dirty. PM'd ya.
 
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^^^I would take the offer above, the lids are in big demand. They break often, you can find them on ebay, but on most of the actions its the whole console and can go up to 100 bucks, they seem to average at around 60 or above.

I ended up making my own lid and covering it with matching grey vynil. I got the vynil and foam for free and had the wood, and metal laying around.


Edit: If you want maby you could make your own clip or latch. I did, it doenst look pretty but nobody sees it when closed anyway.

here is a link to the one I made, you can see the clip I bent up out of a peace of aluminum. https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ight=built+lid
 

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is it a 60/40 seat? i'm about ready to throw my old 60/40 into the trash. The lid is good, needs recovered due to it being dirty. PM'd ya.

will you forward this PM you sent him to me. He is a buddy of mine and I dont know how much he is going to get on here, so I will pass the information on to him. Also, yes it is a 60/40 seat that he has in his truck.


Oh and Hi Adam...
 
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will you forward this PM you sent him to me. He is a buddy of mine and I dont know how much he is going to get on here, so I will pass the information on to him. Also, yes it is a 60/40 seat that he has in his truck.


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pm sent
 
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Radiator Support

Has anyone took on the chore of removing the radiator support panel and replacing it?

Well I am in the process, but could use a little help if anyone is interested.

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