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Styled WC seat??

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12-19-2015 19:32:12

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Fella's, Could any one tell me if the stock WD45 complete seat assembly would fit my newly aquired styled wc?? I have a unstyled wc but this is first styled version and it came with some aftermarket deal that does not adjust back any like the stock unstyled one does. I am 6'3" and though any old allis is a little short on leg room this after market deal is crazy for someone that is very tall at all. Thanks for any help, Sincerely Hoss

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12-20-2015 22:05:17

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 Re: Styled WC seat?? in reply to Hossman, 12-19-2015 19:32:12  
Fella's Thanks so much for replies on the aftermarket wc seat and I will get a picture of it soon as i get a chance and then round up one of my youngins to show me how to post it. (L.O.L.)

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12-20-2015 21:56:22

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 Re: Styled WC seat?? in reply to Hossman, 12-19-2015 19:32:12  
Fellas's Thanks for all the replies on the aftermarket seat for the wc and I will post a pic in a few days when i get time to get me a picture and round up one of the youngins to show me how to post it on here. (L.O.L.)

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Aaron SEIA

12-20-2015 10:46:41

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 Re: Styled WC seat?? in reply to Hossman, 12-19-2015 19:32:12  
I think the WD seat had holes to move the seat pan back. The more I think about it, so did the WC seat. It would be real easy to find a WC seat in a salvage yard or eBay.


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12-20-2015 07:48:20

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 Re: Styled WC seat?? in reply to Hossman, 12-19-2015 19:32:12  
Sounds like you would like the seat I have on the parts WC. It is an aftermarket seat but I think if I remember right it can be adjusted some. I know it sure as heck would ride better then the factory seat would

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12-20-2015 07:08:41

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 Re: Styled WC seat?? in reply to Hossman, 12-19-2015 19:32:12  
Oldest factory allis seat im aware of that was adjustable is d17. That definitely won't fit your tractor.

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12-20-2015 05:16:11

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 Re: Styled WC seat?? in reply to Hossman, 12-19-2015 19:32:12  
I doubt it. The 45 seat is made to fit over the brake housing that the WC does not have. Not sure the stock WC seat is adjustable. Don't think my unstyled one is, and they used the same seat all the way through. Can you post a picture of what you have?


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