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Source for original style seat - B Model

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Robby_H

03-30-2010 07:27:25




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I have a 1941 B that I am restoring and someone put an awful aftermarket seat on it. I am trying to find the original style seat - padded bottom with the metal springs and metal back. I contacted Tony Carbaugh by email and asked him if he had everything in stock since he shows it on his website - he read my email and never replied so I won't be ordering from him.

So anyone have a good source for this seat?

Thanks

Robby

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David Maddux

03-30-2010 19:15:05




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to Robby_H, 03-30-2010 07:27:25  
I have bought a lot of parts from Tony Carbaugh. You can not ask for better service and timely delivery. I am sure it will be that way again soon. He has lost his wife in the last few weeks. I can not imagine going through what he has. He is truly one of the most trustworthy people to deal with. Dave.



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chalmersbob(pa)

03-30-2010 18:17:55




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to Robby_H, 03-30-2010 07:27:25  
The 41 B would have a low seat frame. later models used the "high" frame. The low frame was used with models that used the hand lift implements. the high frame allowed more room under the seat for the hyraulics. Bob



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Robby_H

03-30-2010 17:21:56




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to Texas Denny, 03-30-2010 07:27:25  

RyanTN said: (quoted from post at 05:02:13 03/31/10) Robby, I'm certainly not trying to tell you how to spend your money, but I did want to offer some insight on my "friend" Tony. Very recently, Tony's wife passed away and she handled most of the internet portion of their business. He has moved in some other family members as new hires to fill her very large shows there. I have ordered parts from them in the past and have always been very satisfied. I plan to give them a little "grace time" as they make this difficult transition.


Thanks for letting me know that. He wrote me today and gave me the details. Given the info you just gav e me I will order from him.

Thanks again.

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RyanTN

03-30-2010 15:02:13




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to Robby_H, 03-30-2010 07:27:25  
Robby, I'm certainly not trying to tell you how to spend your money, but I did want to offer some insight on my "friend" Tony. Very recently, Tony's wife passed away and she handled most of the internet portion of their business. He has moved in some other family members as new hires to fill her very large shows there. I have ordered parts from them in the past and have always been very satisfied. I plan to give them a little "grace time" as they make this difficult transition.

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bjb in Tx from Ne

03-30-2010 08:02:54




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to Robby_H, 03-30-2010 07:27:25  
I bought an original style seat from AGCO. It sits in the frame. However it does not have springs rather it is a plywood base with foam supporting material and the black cover. The back rest and frame are separate from the seat. The come up on Ebay from time to time. I have an extra "high" (required for mounting the manual lift plow) seat frame (no back or cushion), if you are interested.



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JR.FRYE

03-30-2010 07:44:15




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to Robby_H, 03-30-2010 07:27:25  
Could you send me a pic of one I may have one and I have a friend that a bone yard and I can talk to him.
JR.FRYE
emf58@iowatelecom.net



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old

03-30-2010 07:41:46




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to Robby_H, 03-30-2010 07:27:25  
Are you talking about the metal frame work or the cushion or both?? If you need the frame I have one that needs to have one piece welded back on but other then that is in good shape and I can do the welding just one of those round to it things and I haven't got around to it yet. But I do not have a cushion



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ASEguy

03-30-2010 17:56:57




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to old, 03-30-2010 07:41:46  
Old, Do you have an original steel seat frame for a C or know where I can get one.
Gerard



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old

03-30-2010 18:52:15




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 Re: Source for original style seat - B Model in reply to ASEguy, 03-30-2010 17:56:57  
Yep I have the steel frame off a C one end of the bottom needs to be welded back on but other wise is in pretty good shape. e-mail is open



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