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Old 10-11-2016, 03:53 PM   #12
85_Ranger4x4
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Vehicle Year: 1985
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Originally Posted by proz07 View Post
Ah gotcha, yeah I'd just make them at that point. It's too easy on these they are literally a flat piece with a couple holes.

Once I get the point of putting em back on I'll figure out wjatll work best. Right now I just want the basics to work so I can start driving it. Windows, leaks etc
Yeah, I just kept an eye out and found a nice set of tan ones for mine. I didn't think LMC ones were worth what they think they are worth especially when they are not the same as original. Stock up on door handles when you find them too, they like to break.

Red would be nice to find parts for, it seems to have been all the rage in the 80's.
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