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Alright, may try to find one at least. Worth a try thank you
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Got these for a good deal, just need to figure out tracks
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Anyone know what I need to install these?
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Good looking seats, I would just pop the seats of the mustang tracks and bolt them too your ranger tracks.
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That's what I've read. I'll start with the passenger seat and see how it goes. Is there a good diagram for power seats?
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Came out of a 2000 mustang gt cobra
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Your not going to be able to use the power functions if you swap the track. You would have to modify the mustang seat bracket to fit the ranger floor.

Ranger seats are riveted to the tracks so you can cut out the rivets and then both the mustang seat to the ranger track. Or a third option would be to buy explorer power tracks and bolt the mustang seat to that. Since the woo tracks match the ranger floor.
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Easy enough only thing I really want is the lumbar but I could figure out how to run that. I think otherwise non power seats are best
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Nicely done!
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Seats look good!
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Thanks guys need to lower them a couple inches somehow, but they are nice
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Any tips for bringing the seats down 2-3"?
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Bought some drop hangers slowly going to pile up parts for building the back up
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Those seats look killer and nice truck to
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Installed seats with new tracks today. 96 ranger tracks drop it three inches and very little mods unlike the 02 tracks
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Looks a lot better dude
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Thanks, glad they are done because the wife's jeep is at the dealership all weekend and no loaner car
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Debating powder coating my mesh grill insert. Problem is choices if I do. Either flat, matte, or gloss black & powder coating it bronze to match my wheels when I get those powdercoated. Probably a dark bronze
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Also thinking gunmetal grey accents. Versus bronze
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Redid my grill since insert wouldn't stay mounted. I'm really happy with how this one turned out. 3rd times the charm I guess
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Trucks looking good man
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Just gonna start stockpiling for my bed swap and rear suspension. Just bought a custom emblem for my tailgate since I'm going for the whole raptor esque idea with lt 4x4 I thought this would be unique
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Btf got some plates on the to strengthen them now to save for leaf springs. My build is gonna get a lot slower now. My wife is 6 weeks pregnant right now so I have much bigger priorities and looking for really good deals only right now.
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Ordered before justin yet they show up same day. To bad it's waiting for a bed swap
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