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Bucket Seats and Harnesses (1989 Ranger Standard Cab)

Justr24

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I'm looking to put some racing buckets and harnesses in my Ranger when I drop in my new engine. Do you guys have any (budget friendly) options for that? I really only need one for now.
 


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When it comes to seats and harnesses its not wise to go budget friendly. A good racing seat will not only cradle you but be super comfortable. As far as the harnesses you need to decide if you want a 2, 2-1/2, or 3" harness and if you are going to have a cage or not.
 

Justr24

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When it comes to seats and harnesses its not wise to go budget friendly. A good racing seat will not only cradle you but be super comfortable. As far as the harnesses you need to decide if you want a 2, 2-1/2, or 3" harness and if you are going to have a cage or not.
Thanks for the response! The truck already had a start to a cage welded in it, I gotta finish it up still. I'm pretty new to all this stuff still, I've really only done engine work on my own.
 

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