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Old 03-23-2007
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Now You See It...




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I intend on building a platform to fill in the gaps. The platform I intend to have two access hatches installed, one behind each seat, where I will be storing my tire jack, tools, tow strap, chains, etc. If anyone is interested in jump seats, let me know.

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Hey you had a cool idea before too!
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looks good my friend
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I didn't realize the trim ended in the corners as much as it does. I'm not quite sure how I will correct this, but I don't want to make a platform so high to cover that up as to make the platform look oversized for the cab....decisions, decisions...
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looks good.. i wanna take my other seat out.. one is already out.. i need to find some way to cover those open spots where the seats r at also
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coolness, nice use of the upside down cup holder to hold up your fire extinguisher.
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coolness, nice use of the upside down cup holder to hold up your fire extinguisher.

Like that? Haha, I needed something temporarily to hold it up and it was available.
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man if you were only closer......i kinda have a sweet idea for that, but wouldn't be able to give exact measurements without the truck here....
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Hmmm, I can take measurements for you PM me with your idea...I can always use some.
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i want a extended cab
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i want a extended cab

if you have a gray interior, I'm looking to buy the center rear panel.
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Bump for new interior mod update.
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Looks good I need to do this also, just a quick suggestion about the corners. I'm thinking about using fiberglass to cover the spot where there's no trim. Don't know if anyone has tried this before but it might work.
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Did you make that rear trim or did that come out of another ranger? I've got a four star tire iron and a high lift now. My jack cover is broke and wanna get rid of it all together but it's an eyesore underneath. I like what you did with that back wall! *Copies idea*
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I've often thought about pulling out my jump seats as I don't use them. Sure leaves you with some added space. The storage shelves idea sounds pretty good. Definatly post some progress pics along the way.
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it would be pretty sweet to install those seats in your bed
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That looks god. I keep contemplating taking my seats out, but when the time comes that I have a family I don't want the wife saying I have to get rid of my baby because we need something with more seats.
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