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Old 12-05-2012, 09:24 PM   #1
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Rear vinyl seat

Ok guys, I want to start collecting parts while I am working, so when I am laid off, I can have the items to install.

I have put in a set of 1st gen Lightning buckets and console to replace the beat up original Vinyl buckets. Now I need a vinyl bench to match the buckets(charcoal).
How common were the XL broncos. I assume that was all the vinyl came in. I want to keep the rear seat vinyl, because I plan on leaving the top of 50% of the time and just put in on for the winter to keep snow out while it is parked.

I am also going to need the complete interior in the charcoal as well. I think I have a lead on the door panel and forward. I would still need the B pillars and the rest of the cargo area. WOuld 87-91 parts work in my 96?
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:04 PM   #2
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Old 12-06-2012, 05:49 AM   #3
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Yeah, ........... NO
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my 96 XL has cloth benches front and rear..., not vinyl
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:03 AM   #5
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"Custom" was vinyl. I don't have production stats, but I would guess only about 15% were customs.

As far as interior, the earlier stuff will physically "fit" but the 96 had provisions for stuff the 87-91 didn't....like rear seat belts.
Door panels won't match dash and window vents are different.

Short answer is "no"
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:19 AM   #6
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Brad, I have used some different types of vinyl paint to paint interior items and have never been overly impressed with the results. Maybe it was the brand I picked, or the application in which I applied, or just me but if you are looking for a "factory correct" look, I would suggest using replacement parts. IIRC ford went to cloth vs vinyl from 94-96 for their seats... JMO
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Old 12-06-2012, 06:13 PM   #9
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92-93 gray interior panels. never seen a gray vinyl rear seat though
Yeah, me neither. Maybe I will have to get the rear bench redone in charcoal

WAHt is different about the 87-91 rear seat?
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WAHt is different about the 87-91 rear seat?
92-96 have rear seat shoulder belt mounting points attached to camper top for outboard rear seats.
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'78-91 rear seat has 2 on-seat lap belt retractors, 1 manual-adjust center lap belt, & 3 buckles (2 outboard); '92-96 has the same center belt, but 3 mid-seat buckles for shoulder reels on the body.

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Other than the welded nuts for the '78-91 outboard buckles, the seat itself is the same.

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Ok, so I can replace the 96 seat with a earlier model one, just not the other way around due to the seat belts
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