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Re: Seat shopping and observing differences in bases and pans

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Yooper Farmall

01-15-2013 12:46:01
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1st picture - my seat pan. No lip for attaching canvas, has oval and square indentations.

2nd picture, what I would call a monroe seat, has shock absorber in front of the seat.

3rd picture, another style monroe seat? sock absorber behind the seat. Very different pan, much deeper and has pronounced leg indentations in front rather than being smooth.

4th picture, pan similar to mind, has oval and square indentations but also has a lip around the parameter.

5th picture, pipe style base, but a more shallow looking pan, this is advertised as an "early" seat used in '39 and '40

6th picture, Advertised as a '47 H seat, deeper pan with drain holes, leg impressions. Could it have been sold on an H or front an older model?

7th picture, pan similar to mine, no indentations

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CNKS

01-15-2013 17:53:22
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 Re: Seat shopping and observing differences in bases and pans in reply to Yooper Farmall, 01-15-2013 12:46:01  
The seat in picture #2 came from the factory on the later H and M, probably made by Monroe but was installed at the factory. The seat in picture #3 was the original Monroe seat, likely installed by the dealer on an unsold tractor, but could have been installed later by dealer or owner. Those and the later pipe seat (not the early one) are the only ones I am familiar with. The one in picture #2 was optional, but eventually replaced the pipe seat and was standard equipment.

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Nebraska Cowman

01-15-2013 14:09:10
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 Re: Seat shopping and observing differences in bases and pans in reply to Yooper Farmall, 01-15-2013 12:46:01  
Seat pan #6 is a Monroe made pan. It would have been sold with a dealer installed Monroe seat if he did not have or did not want for some reason to use his original pan. The two bolt mounting of the Monroe pan fits the same bolt spacing as the IH mad 4 bolt seat. They will not interchange with the rail mount pan off the IH bent pipe seat. So, What is your question? If you are interested in aftermarket seats take a look at some of these. All these pictures were shot at the Old Trusty show a couple years ago.

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Nebraska Cowman

01-15-2013 14:15:28
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 Re: Seat shopping and observing differences in bases and pans in reply to Nebraska Cowman, 01-15-2013 14:09:10  
If you click on the pictures they have captions



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Zachary Hoyt

01-15-2013 13:08:50
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 Re: Seat shopping and observing differences in bases and pans in reply to Yooper Farmall, 01-15-2013 12:46:01  
TSC and other companies sold or may still sell generic aftermarket replacement seat pans, some of the ones you have may be those.
Zach



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