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Hey Guys I need some input fast!!!


I found a set of 2005 Ranger Seats....Black with grey insert. They guy said they came out of a Extened cab......Will these fit my 1998?? PLEASE give me some input.......I don't wanna loose out n a good deal!!!
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I believe they will.
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I believe your answer is YES. maybe.....I mostly say this because i believe in '04 they changed the floor a little bit....might have been '06.


Buy them...and if they don't bolt it, just carry your current seat tracks over to the new seats.....they'll work.
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OK...so if the tracks ARE different....I can just swap MY tracks over to the 2005 seats??
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yes. some are bolt in...some are riveted in. If it's riveted, just drill them out, and put in grade 8 bolts w/ nylock nuts.

But i am 75% sure they will bolt in. If it's local.....take your tool with ya and test fit them.
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I know my tracks are bolted in...I have removed them before on a seat swap.
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no...im talking how the seat tracks mount to the seat frame. Not how the seats bolt to the floor.
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Yeah....My FRAME is BOLTED to the seats. MY seat in the truck were out of a reg cab...I had to swap frames.
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The 05's are REALLY high backs...
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The seat bases are also different I tried to put these seats out of a regular cab into a extended cab 99 truck. The seats are made different underneath so the bases won't interchange. You would probably have to get bases for the newer style seats for an extended cab.
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