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04 sport trac rims & leather seats on a ranger?

hey guys, after tons of searching on here, I have a few questions....more confirmation really.
parts are from an 04 sport trac

my truck is an 07 ranger extended cab 4x4



first off, will these 16" aluminum rims fit on my 07 ranger? bolt pattern is the same (5x4.5), i'm more worried about the hub bore... are both 70.3?
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next, the heated leather power seats from the st, should fit in my ranger?
and just power and ground for the power option.... what about the heated option, what's needed.

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also, do you think $350 is a good deal for the 4 rims and the leather seatsas a package deal?

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It does look like a good deal for that price to me. Pretty sure the wheels have been done before, I'm thinking they will work.
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I got those wheels on my truck but mines 2wd and the hub is different
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That sounds like a good deal... I like those seats!
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Get that console too!
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nah, don't want the console, gonna build a custom fiberglass one for there
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I got those wheels on my truck but mines 2wd and the hub is different
Those wheels will work on a 4x4. I have a set I used once before I got my 33s
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thank you 04ranger4x4, just what i have been waiting to hear. thanks so much.

anyone know if i need anything special for the heated option to work in the seats? will a normal switch work, a relay maybe....
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i think you will have some issues with the seats and your airbags. iirc, your passenger airbag is on a weight sensor. the ST seats won't have that. that will cause your airbag light to be lit, disabling the system.
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with the sensor deactivated, it will only prevent the passenger side from deploying right?

has anyone ever swapped that weight sensor into non-ranger seats? surely it can be done, it would have to be a basic switch, completing a circut... correct me if iI'm wrong, but should be able to be done.
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if the light comes on, the entire system is disabled. so leaving that switch unhooked would disable the whole system.

i've never swapped them. they are usually built into the foam cushion. not sure how rangers are, haven't had one apart that new.
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I'm really just wondering this, my old dodge neon had a passenger seat sensor, and how it worked was basicly when weight was applied, (human or 2 bags of groceries lol ) it would just make contact inside a pressure pad, basicly 2 wires going in, when connected (due to added weight) the pad compressed, compleating the circut. My thoughts are, if the wire harnes going to the seat from the SRS modual was connected, (soldered together to complete the circut loop) the system should stay operational.
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some systems (not sure if rangers are or not) are designed to deploy at different rates depending on how much weight (a slower rate for smaller, or younger people, and faster for larger people, etc.) i would imagine that would be determined by resistance. you could take your passenger seat apart and see if you can remove the weight sensor and install in new seat.
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