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Old 08-10-2009
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swapping seats 95 ranger ext cab/2001 ext cab

Can i swap seats from 1995 ranger ext cab (with buckets and center console)to 2001 ranger ext cab with 60/40, and vice versa. Looks like i'll have a wiring problem and possibly effect the seat belt/airbag alarm in the 2001?
I think i can run a hot and ground to the elect that will be installed in the 2001. Also will have to change out the seat belt harness on both. Thanks for any help.
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Old 08-13-2009
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The floor pan between the two years are different.
You will have to change the rail bases to get the 60/40 to fit, the spread between the rail mounting holes on the 01 seats should be the same, but measure before you get to far.
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