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01 buckets in a 94 standard cab

Trudy!

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I just picked up a 94 standard cab that needs a new seat bad. Really bad. Its currently a bench. I got free buckets from a 01 ranger. I have searched high and low and i cant find an answer on how to make the work if its possible in a 94. If anyone has done this can you give me some Direction. Thank you
 

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This is where the Tech Library comes in handy. There is some information that will help you get through this swap. Read through this article and see if it helps you...

 

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I put some 01 Explorer seats in my 93 standard cab. Look identical to those. There are 4 bolts that hold the seat tracks to the bottom of the seats. You may have to slide the seats back and forth in the tracks to access them. Then just bolt the seats to your tracks. But, since your new seats came from a Ranger, you might be able to use the tracks and bases from your new seats.

You will not have room to make much use of the reclined positions of your new seats. But they will work.
 

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