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connor9988

12-01-2015 16:55:48




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I have this Knoedler Seat that I am trying to restore and get cushions for. I found this link on ebay that seems similar. It even says it will work for some Knoedler seats (as well as Allis.)
Does anyone know anything about this? I have posted pictures of my actual seat too.
Thank you.

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fastfarmall

12-03-2015 18:29:21




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 Re: Help With Seat in reply to connor9988, 12-01-2015 16:55:48  
I got one like that on my B Farmall, i got a piece of 1/2 inch treated plywood, made it too fit, drilled some holes in that to let out air,then got about 5 inches of medium, foam to fit the plywood, and the back rest cushion's, then had it recovered Worked out good, but also had it painted to get rid of that disgusting name of Knoedler. I didnt say it was the cheapest way to go,but it looks nice.

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Brendon Warren

12-01-2015 20:16:25




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 Re: Help With Seat in reply to connor9988, 12-01-2015 16:55:48  
I searched "massey Ferguson seat" on eBay. 4th page 7th down. That's the one if you want a black one. Sorry I don't know how to post a link.



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connor9988

12-01-2015 20:21:07




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 Re: Help With Seat in reply to Brendon Warren, 12-01-2015 20:16:25  
Thank you very much for the help!



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Brendon Warren

12-01-2015 17:18:59




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 Re: Help With Seat in reply to connor9988, 12-01-2015 16:55:48  
They're the same cushions as used in some 65, 165, 175 Massey Ferguson tractors. I bought mine on eBay and for a lot better price than that. Good luck in your search.



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connor9988

12-01-2015 18:20:53




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 Re: Help With Seat in reply to Brendon Warren, 12-01-2015 17:18:59  
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I see two kinds of those cushions offered. Will this kind work?



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Brendon Warren

12-01-2015 19:50:55




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 Re: Help With Seat in reply to connor9988, 12-01-2015 18:20:53  
Nope that's the wrong set. The type you're looking for should be for the float o matic seat that was optional on the 65. It was made by knoedler. The 165 175 180 etc. I'll see if I can get you a pic in the AM if you need it.



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