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Seat hold down

I have a 2001 Rancher FM. I need any info and/or pics of the top of the seat's hold down screw and/or bolt. It mounts on gas tank area & the seat slides under it to pull the seat close to the frame. Anything you can give me will be appreciated...……………..
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Here’s link to manual and a pic of the seat.
All i have right now–can post something else tomorrow. Is your seat broken?

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No, It is not the seat itself, but a bolt/screw that holds the top part of the seat against the gas tank. without it the seat front
sits high up off the gas tank area. Thanks

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It appears it would be the seat hook screw, I need a picture and/or part number.. Thanks again...
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I can get a pic off an 02 tomorrow
Can you see the parts links in my signature block?
I tried to find it by looking at the seat and frame IPBs but no luck.

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thanks same here. just cant find any reference to a part number. A picture would be great as I may need to fabricate a replacement.
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Could someone just send me a picture of your ranger 350 gas tank with seat removed? as large as possible please...………………..
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there is no bolts that hold the front of your rancher seat to the gas tank. your seat ( if you have the oem seat ? ) uses two plastic hanger things that grip under the small bars on the frame ?, or..has a large plastic tang in the very bottom front of seat that slips under the gas tank edge. no bolts hold the seat down on your rancher.

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I did find this --->https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/ho...-4x4/fuel-tank . this is what your looking for. the seat collar that bolts to the gas tank and frame I think ?.

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Thanks for everyone's help. it appears it is a collar & screw combination that slides under the hook on the seat. It is there to hold the gas tank front of seat to the frame/gas tank.

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