Quick help with tool sizes


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So my junkyard just got a 04 ranger with the seats I want to swap out with. What tools do I need to remove the seats? and the headliner and basic center console it looks like one of those basic fleet trucks? I'm at work and can't really spend a lot of time searching for answers.

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Not sure exactly. But I would take a metric socket set 1/2” drive. Include t55 torx bit. And a selection of combination wrenches.
 

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Don't know if they are the same, but my 2009 Ranger 60/40 seat has 15 mm hex bolts holding the seat down.
All are easily accessible...easiest would be a 3/8 or 1/2 inch drive with an extension.
 

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OK, thanks guys, along with the regular pliers and screwdrivers, that should get me going.

I have one other question too, how do you remove the passenger side directional vents from the dash in a gen 2 ranger? I'm going to look for some of thoes since mine are busted up.
 

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I just pulled seats from an 01 yesterday, the only tool I needed was a T55 (or maybe it was a T50) socket and an impact. I think 04 will be the same. I am not sure when they changed from 13mm to 10mm to Torx and back to 15mm.
 


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