Yes that was the whole reason for the question. This was a extended cab just like my 95 and only had 2 doors. But it also had the seats with the seat belts built into the back support like the 98 and new models and it also had a passenger side airbag like the 98 and newer models. So the question is why is it an extended cab and only have 2 doors yet have the 98 and newer dash and other interior parts? If I see it again I will try to ask the owner what year it actually is. Can't imagine someone would want to go through the effort of swapping in the 98 and newer interior just to have the dash sag.Pretty sure the the belts on '98 and newer come out of the seats and aren't attached to the body.
The newer style cab came with all models, standard, extended and quad in '98.
'98 was the first year for quad.