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I am new to Ranger forum. I just joined it one minute ago. I am Ranger fan - I have many of them. I do buy / sell / rebuld 1998 - 2010 Ford Rangers. I have few of them for sale and I have a lot of parts as well.

I am looking forward to meet people who has same interest as I do. I really do think that Ford Ranger is best Light Truck ever has been made for the money. I just love them.

I work on them, play with them just for the Love of Rangers. I will try to post some of them I have ready on line as soon as I figure out how to do that.

Once again I am very pleased that I found out that there is a community who loves Rangers the same as I do - they are the Great Light Trucks made by USA!!!!!!!!!!

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Peter
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welcome. are you the one that has the red/black fx4 seats on craigslist?
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thank you, yep, I am.
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what's up man?!? haha glad to see you made it here! i was serious when i said your place is like ranger heaven! love my new seats. just gotta tinker with that console a bit to keep it in place
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I think you need to drill four holes in your floor to keep central console in place.
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yep did that. the front section still wants to move a bit though. well quite a bit...theres two holes under the cup holders i'll probably drill two more holes and run bolts through those and see how that works
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and i just ordered a metal piece that replaces the under side of the armrest from rockauto.com :) no more cracking
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there are two white plastics - they work like clamps in the floor and you put screws in them.
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ahhhh...you mean the two i sat on the counter and forgot about until now? haha. dang. well now i just feel dumb. thanks peter!
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welcome to the site, i may have to keep you in mind when i need some new seats for my 2006 XL std cab
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