Anybody have a SuperCab 2019 Ranger with the "Rear Seat Delete" Option?


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It's a thing. We're ordering a Ranger Friday 09-13-2019, and I'd like some current photo's. Dealer doesn't have any data? I found the photo below on an internet search.

I'm hoping I can get some data by calling Ford Marketing tomorrow.

My questions are:
Are the backseat backs removable on a SuperCab?
Does the factory also remove rear seatbelts?
Does the factory also remove the headrests? (See photo below)
Does the factory install a new panel that goes all the way across the cab on an XL model? (See photo below)

Thanks,

John

2019 Ranger Second-Row Seat Delete.jpg
 


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I remember when the Ranger debuted i watched a video from the reveal and a rep or reporter mentioned the rear seat delete choice, its a $240 credit on the XL I configured online, haven't seen any marketing pics other than the one you showed above, wonder if that plastic base comes out too so it's flat across the floor.
 
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I have seen one at a dealer. I've thought about ordering one like that myself, an STX. Yes you can get a rear-seat delete option on the Supercab XL, and yes the factory does also remove the headrests. What you get are 2 storage bins within a hard plastic "package shelf". The bin on the right side contains the jack, the left side bin is empty and usable for small items. There are no seat belts as this is now technically a 2-passenger truck. Not a bad idea really because the rear seat in the Supercab is useless for anyone over the age of 10. I sometimes think even large-breed dogs would be cramped back there.
But then again I used to put my labrador retrievers in the back area of my old Ranger Supercabs without a second thought, and they were fine! Why now do I suddenly find myself wondering if I need a crew cab just to put a dog in the back seat? LOL :unsure:
 

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I have seen one at a dealer. I've thought about ordering one like that myself, an STX. Yes you can get a rear-seat delete option on the Supercab XL, and yes the factory does also remove the headrests. What you get are 2 storage bins within a hard plastic "package shelf". The bin on the right side contains the jack, the left side bin is empty and usable for small items. There are no seat belts as this is now technically a 2-passenger truck. Not a bad idea really because the rear seat in the Supercab is useless for anyone over the age of 10. I sometimes think even large-breed dogs would be cramped back there.
But then again I used to put my labrador retrievers in the back area of my old Ranger Supercabs without a second thought, and they were fine! Why now do I suddenly find myself wondering if I need a crew cab just to put a dog in the back seat? LOL :unsure:
I like the way you care about your dogs. I have a beagle hound mix who claims to be cramped in the back seat of an extended cab F150 - all by herself, with blanket and pillow and the window open.

Of course, years ago, I traded in an extended cab Silverado for a Yukon for the sole purpose of having enough room for 2 St. Bernards.
 

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My lab has a hard time turning around in my Supercab F-150... and he would really really like rear A/C.
 

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My lab has a hard time turning around in my Supercab F-150... and he would really really like rear A/C.
My basset hound/boston terrier mix has no issue in the back seat of my 97 HD lol.
 

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My basset hound/boston terrier mix has no issue in the back seat of my 97 HD lol.
He don't really complain but he has to get resituated so his head can poke thru the seats so he can turn around.

And he snores because he has to have his head on the console to catch the A/C.
 


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