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Seat Identification

Discussion in 'Seats' started by Donald, Oct 1, 2020.

  1. Donald

    Donald Member

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    Can anyone tell me what kind of seats these are . The gentleman I got them from said they where blazer seats . I can't find a set that looks like these in a blazer . IMG_0859.JPG IMG_0860.JPG
     
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    They remind me of S10 seats.
     
  3. bucket

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    Those are Ford. I don't remember if Aerostar, Ranger or early Explorer. But they are Ford.
     
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    1987 Ranger GT has the blue seats in first picture. Bronco II in photo 2 has the same hinge cover.

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    Well they look perfect in that Chevy!
     
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    looks like a early 90s ford ranger, 91 like my dads had it but split bench. if they were buckets thats what i would imagine.
     
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    Do those Fords have a high floor too, or do you recon they fabbed or modified the slider brackets?
     
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    The ones in the OP's pictures appear to be custom made mounting brackets.
     
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    Thanks bucket, that's what I figured.
     
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    Thanks guys , Craig 85 nailed it .The seat sliders and brackets are from Summit , Corbeau part # CSU-D196BU and CSU-D197BU they fit pretty good you have to drill the inner mount holes . And grit dog they do look good , pretty comfortable too .
     
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    Can I assume these might fit in my '81 C10 with minimal effort?
     
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    Considering the Ops truck is a squarebody and an 80s model at that, I'd assume they'd fit. You did see where he bought aftermarket mounts and sliders, right?
     
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    Sure did, thanks
     

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