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Old 06-25-2007
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what seats fit?

i went to the pick n pull today and found some buckets out of a ford escape i think it was(do they come in 4 door?) or may be an explorer.. but should they bolt up fine? electronics and all? and the srs plugs? what do those sensors do? if the new seats dont have them can i pull a fuse to disable it? or would that disable the air bags incase of a wreck?




and how much is a good price for getting the seats recovered in the same cloth material thats in the new rangers... like a tweed type cloth...
this center console had a hand e-brake.. would that be hard to convert from the floor lever to the hand? i think it would look better. and i would build a center console around it
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so does that article say that you can put mustang seats in a ranger?
and do they bolt right up?
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I beleive that most of them just bolt right in, at least thats what I have heard cuz i was thinking the same thing. some say they do and some dont, search around and youll stumble across something
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These seats are out of an '04 mountaineer. You mean that the position of those bolt holes will line right up with mine? My seat brackets are vertical in the front, well, where the bolts go in. How can these seats be able to bolt right in?

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u swap the tracks and cant use the power functions
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x2 wont fit without swapping tracks. If you get '95-'01 Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer seats they will bolt right into your Ranger and you don't have to swap tracks or lose the power functions of the seats.
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x2 wont fit without swapping tracks. If you get '95-'01 Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer seats they will bolt right into your Ranger and you don't have to swap tracks or lose the power functions of the seats.
also, if you have a regular cab, u gotta swap the tracks anyways
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