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Question on seat for Model B

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loveshisallis

01-04-2008 13:20:41




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I hav ea model B with the stock bench seat, but am interested in getting a single seat with suspension under it. I have read that they made this , original, as I read in the manual, but can;t find one.

Can anyone help me out with rigging this setup? I am a tall guy and am getting kind of cramped!

thanks




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jk

01-05-2008 08:26:20




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 Re: Question on seat for Model B in reply to loveshisallis, 01-04-2008 13:20:41  
there was a monroe seat like that for sale in the parts area of the photo adds



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LAZYFARMER

01-04-2008 21:22:20




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 Re: Question on seat for Model B in reply to loveshisallis, 01-04-2008 13:20:41  
I have a old B, WITH A SEAT LIKE OFF A WD WITH A SPRING. It has round spoke front wheels, no starter and hand brakes. I dug it out of the side of a hill.



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l gehring

01-04-2008 17:02:34




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 Re: Question on seat for Model B in reply to loveshisallis, 01-04-2008 13:20:41  
i have a model c with a bench seat. it had several holes but none seemed to be in the right place. i turned the holes into several long slots. then when it was comfy, i made a new rod from hydrualic lever to pump. works great.



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D.C.

01-04-2008 14:39:02




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 Re: Question on seat for Model B in reply to loveshisallis, 01-04-2008 13:20:41  
The seat you want was made by Monroe.
I believe it was an after market seat (not factory),
My C has one, I suggest shopping scrap yards or ebay.
If you live near Mass. you can check mine out and try to build one.



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Ted in NE OH

01-04-2008 14:06:55




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 Re: Question on seat for Model B in reply to loveshisallis, 01-04-2008 13:20:41  
Did you know that the B bench seat is adjustable. The seat frame has multipul holes.



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loveshisallis

01-04-2008 16:01:36




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 Re: Question on seat for Model B in reply to Ted in NE OH, 01-04-2008 14:06:55  
Ted..
You know I was told that a few times, but for the life of me I can't see how to push the seat back. From what I have and see, the bolts only go in one way. Andy ideas?



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Rex in Australia

01-05-2008 01:55:09




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 Re: Question on seat for Model B in reply to loveshisallis, 01-04-2008 16:01:36  
Is it possible for someone to take some close up photos of a B seat setup? The low one with side brakes if possible. I have a made up temporary seat on my B and wish to make it original. Have not had much joy on finding second hand parts in Australia, so may have to try and make the seat and back rails etc.
Thanks,
Rex



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