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94 extended rear seat delete / cubbies

ATX

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So I was checking in on a fellow members thread (prymetime1) and he just finished a speaker install . Well looking at his pics I see something I've never seen in a ranger .

I have seats that fold out . This is a cubby . What is the actually name for it . Someone know where I can buy them . Got a buzz and saw these and thought it was cool as shit lol


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Cool, I could use that extra storage too.

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Thought the pic was familiar ha.
Of all the craigslist ads I see, I don't see many with this set up. I felt like I got jipped out of extra seats.
 

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Those are factory rear glove boxes. The jump seats was the standard configuration. Those were available to fleet customers as an alternative configuration.

I have a set of red ones from an 86 in my garage. I was going to install them and then decided to keep my seats.
 

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Those are factory rear glove boxes. The jump seats was the standard configuration. Those were available to fleet customers as an alternative configuration.

I have a set of red ones from an 86 in my garage. I was going to install them and then decided to keep my seats.
Well, that would explain why most trucks have the seats back there. Thanks for the heads up adsm.
 

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Yea man I grab your pic . Now I'm looking for a set lol I'll trade you one bin for a seat lol


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I'll keep my eyes open on the local craigslist for parted out rangers.
 

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Those are factory rear glove boxes. The jump seats was the standard configuration. Those were available to fleet customers as an alternative configuration.

I have a set of red ones from an 86 in my garage. I was going to install them and then decided to keep my seats.
do you happen to still have those
 

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