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Seat Swap Question

Hey guys I did some research on the forum and could not find the exact answer I am looking for. Here goes....I currently have a 96 ranger with a bench seat and am looking to put 60/40 seats in it. My bench seat only has 2 rails total (one on each side of the seat). From my understanding, the 60/40 seats have a total of 4 rails (2 on each seat). Would I be able to just bolt the 60/40 seats up to just 2 rails, even though the 60/40 seats have 4 rails?
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60/40 seats are two seperate pieces...thus requiring two mounting rails per seat....total of four. Pull your bench out, and pull your carpet/vinyl up....you might already have the holes in the floor for the 60/40's.
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