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Bob Bair

01-22-2000 14:37:52




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I HAVE SEEN THE SEATS ON UNSTYLED WC'S,IT LOOKS LIKE A LEAF SPRING WITH A SEAT ON IT . BOLTS ONTO THE SAME PLACE AS THE OTHER STYLE SEAT .DOES ANY ONE KNOW WHAT YEARS THIS SEAT WAS USED? THANKS FOR THE REPLIES ON CUTOFFS




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Aaron

01-22-2000 16:18:01




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 Re: WC SEAT in reply to Bob Bair, 01-22-2000 14:37:52  
What other style would you be refering to? The only WC seat I've seen is the leaf spring one. Or am I missing something?
Aaron



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porky iL.

01-22-2000 20:02:06




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 Re: Re: WC SEAT in reply to Aaron, 01-22-2000 16:18:01  
I have a styled wc with a seat that has a coil spring under it and is ajustable forward and backwards.Is this the style you speek of arron



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Aaron

01-22-2000 20:44:58




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 Re: Re: Re: WC SEAT in reply to porky iL., 01-22-2000 20:02:06  
The only seat that is listed in my parts book is the one with the leaf springs. I guess I've never seen a WC with anything esle. I wonder if these seats aren't off of a WD or aftermarket? I can scan the page from my parts book and send it if you would like to see it.
Aaron



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Grandad

01-23-2000 01:55:45




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WC SEAT in reply to Aaron, 01-22-2000 20:44:58  
The leaf spring type seat is factory equipment. The other types were all aftermarket. I have two different types of aftermarket as well as several originals. One type of aftermarket (the one with the tapered coil spring) was made by Monroe (the shock absorber people). There was a good market for aftermarket seats because the original seat would pound you to pieces on rough ground. A lot of the aftermarkets were sold and installed by dealers before delivery.

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Larry B

01-24-2000 07:31:54




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: WC SEAT in reply to Grandad, 01-23-2000 01:55:45  
Did all wc's come with the leaf spring seat?



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Joe M

01-24-2000 19:21:25




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: WC SEAT in reply to Larry B, 01-24-2000 07:31:54  
My 41 WC has the monroe seat also, my father-in-law tells me that his dad used my WC to plow for money, it ran 6 days a week with one man plowing all day, and the other plowing at night. It came with the leaf spring seat when new, but had several break in a short time (not what you want with a LARGE set of harrows behind you !!)The dealer in Atlanta recommended the Monroe seat as the way to go. Must be true, it's still on it today !

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