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Seat belt help

Bolo4u

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Hello all, Its been a very long time since I posted here. I'm hoping one of you Ford Ranger gurus can help!! I have a question about a replacement seatbelt for my 1998 Ford Ranger, XL, 4x4, extra cab, 4.0 automatic, with the pebble/grey/graphite colored interior (not exactly sure of the color naming, but the interior trim code is E2). The driver seatbelt is starting to fray along one edge. I'm searching for a replacement, ideally an OEM. I have found a Ford OEM belt, part number (F87Z-10611B09-AAD) and another on eBay, which is part number (XL5Z-10611B09-AAC). Im curious as to which is the correct part for my truck and matching color. Also, I know there are a couple of aftermarket rebuild companies (Safety Restore seems to be the dominant provider) and if any of you have had any input or have used one. Thank you all in advance. Don
 


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dvdswan

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If you can find them, Dean has been making seat belts for a while.

I do prefer Ford OEM seat belts (way better them GM) over most aftermarket, when i can find the Ford ones. When I buy a vehicle for parts, many times I save the seat belts for the future.
 

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