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Interior pic's

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Here's a shot of the inside..........
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LOVE the sets...... what name are they ??? and do ya mins if i ask how much they set ya back ??? those are what i want o put in my ranger too ... but in black and gray ....
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I want to eventually do something like that too. Although I don't need a 5 pt harness. I just want bucket seats and the ability to continue using my Ford seat belt connector. And I really want a center console. The truck never has had cup holders and that's caused a few wet pants holding cups between my legs (cup condensation) and 1 dump in the floor. I've heard Honda Civic seats work well in Rangers. But I don't know how easy it is to get the factory belt buckle into those seats. It may be simple, I've just never looked into it seriously.
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Another one that loves them seats, almost look like the ones Teddyzee has. My Mustang has those big bolsters on the side and really like them.
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cgrey8 wrote:I've heard Honda Civic seats work well in Rangers.
I can't speak to all years but I have a 98 and an 04 Civic (turbo toys) and let me tell you the seats are anything but comfy lol. I sure wouldn't put them in a Ranger. They're so thin and light for weight savings and kinda hard and very unforgiving. Maybe newer models that are less worn are better :)
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Good to know. I don't want to downgrade in comfort when I swap seats.
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