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Re: Modifying truck seat [Re: windyville1] #1294737
Sun Jan 13 2019 05:08 PM
Sun Jan 13 2019 05:08 PM
tclederman  Offline

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amen

One hour of our 0.75" per hour of rain would have been a lot of snow.

Good luck to you, and to others in the snow-storm area.


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Re: Modifying truck seat [Re: windyville1] #1299256
Sat Feb 16 2019 07:30 PM
Sat Feb 16 2019 07:30 PM
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Suburban Lou  Offline
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I did this on my 49’ and use it for a full width middle seat
I used 1” metal tube and conduit bender

Originally Posted by windyville1
I just picked up a 47 truck seat that I want to weld the bottom tubes on and use it for my rear seat in my 50 burb.

1. Is there anybody out there that reproduces these seats that would sell me the
three bent tubes so I can weld them on myself.

2. If I have to make these tubes, what is the measurement of the space between floor and seat frame on an original seat.

Thanks fellas.

Originally Posted by windyville1
I just picked up a 47 truck seat that I want to weld the bottom tubes on and use it for my rear seat in my 50 burb.

1. Is there anybody out there that reproduces these seats that would sell me the
three bent tubes so I can weld them on myself.

2. If I have to make these tubes, what is the measurement of the space between floor and seat frame on an original seat.

Thanks fellas.

Originally Posted by windyville1
I just picked up a 47 truck seat that I want to weld the bottom tubes on and use it for my rear seat in my 50 burb.

1. Is there anybody out there that reproduces these seats that would sell me the
three bent tubes so I can weld them on myself.

2. If I have to make these tubes, what is the measurement of the space between floor and seat frame on an original seat.

Thanks fellas.

Originally Posted by windyville1
I just picked up a 47 truck seat that I want to weld the bottom tubes on and use it for my rear seat in my 50 burb.

1. Is there anybody out there that reproduces these seats that would sell me the
three bent tubes so I can weld them on myself.

2. If I have to make these tubes, what is the measurement of the space between floor and seat frame on an original seat.

Thanks fellas.


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