2002 Ranger XLT arm rest


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Hi everyone,

I'm just wondering if anyone knows where I can find an armrest for this truck. I haven't had any luck with Craigslist or junkyards, and I don't know where else to look because they're pretty expensive on eBay. Or if anyone knows of any sort of replacement I can do that would be great. Thank you in advance!
 
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You've mentioned all my favorite sources.

Between shifting gears, turning the steering wheel and drinking coffee or water, I don't need no shtinkin' armrests.
 

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You've mentioned all my favorite sources.

Between shifting gears, turning the steering wheel and drinking coffee or water, I don't need no shtinkin' armrests.
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I was in the same boat when I first got my 02, mine was missing when I bought it (probably met the same fate and someone chucked it.) You'll be happy to know that 91-94 explorers (possibly lower trim level 95-01 as well, but I haven't seen many) and 01-02 Sport Trac's use a similar arm rest. I found a cloth, prairie tan one on e-bay from a 94 Eddie Bauer (I think) shipped to me for around $50.
 

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Realizing this is an old thread. Having just gone through this, I am somewhat familiar. There are two different configurations. One is the lift up short box for the 60-40 seat and the other is the assembly for the 40-40 seat, the true buckets with the elongated console. The latter is more problematic. It uses a poorly designed bracket and a long padded armrest that pivots up and back to grant access to the console. NOS can cost between $150 and $230 on the bay. That complete assembly with the bracket and armrest is part number 1L2Z-10644A22-AAA. There are multiple colors available if you look but prairie (tan) and charcoal (dark) seem to be the most widely available. It is actually 20-40 percent cheaper to buy the bracket and the arm rest separately. There are vids illustrating the simple installation. If you have the 60-40 seats, the armrest is different and may be part # F87Z78644A22AAH. Ford says that is thru 2001 but it looks indistinguishable from the part good thru 04. Hope this helps someone.


 

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I have a spare arm rest and bracket for a 60/40 seat in charcoal gray that I would prefer to trade only for a 2002 chrome front bumper . (Just the steel not the plastic) Mine is black and I want to upgrade. Located in So Cal
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