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GregoryKS

07-12-2016 19:32:02




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Has anyone ever put a back rest on a WD45 seat?




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RacerX

07-13-2016 19:36:55




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 Re: WD 45 seat in reply to GregoryKS, 07-12-2016 19:32:02  
I've got a WC backrest on my WD. It works fine. Makes the tractor feel a little more secure, like you won't fall off the back. I don't throw my leg over the seat to get on though, I hold onto the backrest with my right hand and sort of slide my right leg over to the right footrest, in front of the seat.



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D beatty

07-13-2016 08:35:35




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 Re: WD 45 seat in reply to GregoryKS, 07-12-2016 19:32:02  
I wouldn't want one on mine because its hard enough to get on and off now. There are several places that I can get them from and they fit a WC,WD,WD45 and some other models.



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tractorguy2

07-13-2016 07:06:56




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 Re: WD 45 seat in reply to GregoryKS, 07-12-2016 19:32:02  
I have a 45 diesel. I don't think I could get my leg over a back rest to get on the tractor. Getting off would be worse.



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Aaron SEIA

07-13-2016 04:14:29




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 Re: WD 45 seat in reply to GregoryKS, 07-12-2016 19:32:02  
Wouldn't think it's be to hard to do. The WC came with one and used the same seat. Would hate to try and throw my leg over something higher yet though.

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old

07-12-2016 21:01:25




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 Re: WD 45 seat in reply to GregoryKS, 07-12-2016 19:32:02  
That is a good question and I will have to look at he W Speed Patrol seat to see if the back rest on it would also fit my WD45 and if it would I have an aftermarket seat on a WC tractor that I might sell that has a back rest.



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