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Old 02-13-2019, 10:09 PM   #1
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I have a 99 Ranger Super Cab 4-door. The front passenger belt, which is mounted in the rear door, has a cut in it. What other years will fit my truck? Thanks!
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I"d think 98 to 2001 would be a safe bet, 02+ may work as well, but I'm not sure.
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We use seatbelt material for back support stitching on some Shade Screens we make at the capitol Awning Co. and can get it it some real cool colors, black gray, green, lime green, hot pink, neon green, yellow, more greens. We replaced the ones in a guys Pathfinder with the neon green. That shit looked cool AF. it was a PITA, but the results were amazing.
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We use seatbelt material for back support stitching on some Shade Screens we make at the capitol Awning Co. and can get it it some real cool colors, black gray, green, lime green, hot pink, neon green, yellow, more greens. We replaced the ones in a guys Pathfinder with the neon green. That shit looked cool AF. it was a PITA, but the results were amazing.
I bet it did. I am planning to start getting mine sent out and rebuilt in a year or so. I'll go one vehicle at a time so I don't kill the budget and still have something to drive.
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Thanks for the input. I'm headed to Pull-A-Part tomorrow!
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