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Old 11-27-2006
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new off road interior help

Hey everyone looking for some new off road interior for my 2001 ranger any ideas as far as the floor goes NO CARPET!! and i'm looking for something online that sells new seats, probably cost me just as much for new seats as it would to get the old ones re-upholstered. Thanks everyone i look forward to hearing back from you.
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Hey everyone looking for some new off road interior for my 2001 ranger any ideas as far as the floor goes NO CARPET!!
Order the vinyl floor from a 2001 Edge for the equivalent cab style that you have. It costs about $100 at a Ford dealer.

OR see about having it Linex'd or Rhinolined.
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You can get some seat covers also that will be easier to clean than your stock seats. Wet Okole makes great covers, but they are pricey. Otherwise you can buy cheap sets of them on eBay.

And I second the vinyl flooring also.
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I see you're from Tonawanda....I'm in Rochester. You're looking for off-road accessories but from what I've heard is that there is nary an off-road site to be found in upper NY. If you know of one, please share.
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well i got jim deans off road center he can get pretty much anything its in elma new york hes closed right now til spring he does awesome work if u ever need anything installed. See the problem with seat covers is i have the damn 60-40 seats does any of the places u guys mentioned have seat covers for those? BUZZAIR Keep in touch gotta find some good trails somewhere ur not too far from me e-mail me [email protected] and well talk more! Thanks again
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off road seats... www.giantmotorsports.com 185 each.. im gonna get a set of these seats in december no doubt
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very nice and reasonable price thanks alot!!! by the way do you know if those seats will go on orignal mounts and frame? let me know thanks again!
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honestly, im not sure, i know that company makes alot of parts for rangers so i know they will have any adapters needed which should only be 30bux or so. im getting at least 1 for christmas so ill let you know if you dont get em.
from other ppl i have heard they are Very comfortable. and that price u cannot beat
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hell i got my leather seats from a junkyard for 50 dollars....that's for the set..and they're 6 way power adjustment...great for offroading...just find a wrecked sportrac and gut the interior
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If you have a hard time getting a vinyl floor kit, rockauto.com has them for about $95, plus shipping, I have no idea what a deal would charge.
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in a true 100% offroad deal i would rhino line the floor and get some seats with some large side bolsters to keep me in.
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Yeah I agree with that, but there are too many interior panels to make it look decent in a ranger I think. A few weeks ago I helped a buddy spray herculiner (yes you can spray it with the right gun) inside his wrangler, and it looks awsome. He's planning to throw some neoprene seat covers on too.
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If you have a hard time getting a vinyl floor kit, rockauto.com has them for about $95, plus shipping, I have no idea what a deal would charge.
The Ford dealer price for an Edge vinyl floor is comparable. The quote I got was $105 for a 01~03 4-door S/C version and you avoid the shipping charge.
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Thats relatively inexpensive. I "warped" mine with carb cleaner.
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