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Re: AC Model B 1950? Single small seat.

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08-05-2002 15:44:19

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it is not original. parts came off a CA or WD, that does not mean the dealer did not modify for a customer, but not the factory.

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Jon F.

08-05-2002 15:54:51

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 Re: Re: AC Model B 1950? Single small seat. in reply to steve, 08-05-2002 15:44:19  
Thanks for the reply Steve. I since found out that the seat is a Monroe product, the shock absorber people. Evidently, it was a common dealer add on and often ordered from the dealer in lieu of the standard seat. The standard seats leaf springs had a tendency to break under continual and heavy use, thus these seats where a common upgrade. I have not decided if I am going to keep it this way or change it back to the factory seat. Thanks again.

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Rick ('50B, NC)

08-06-2002 09:21:01

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 Re: Re: Re: AC Model B 1950? Single small seat. in reply to Jon F., 08-05-2002 15:54:51  

Keep your Monroe seat. I have one on my '50 B and it is a lot more comfortable than the standard seat. Plus, Your B will look different from the other 99 that may come along. Mine was dealer installed when delivered to its original owner in 1950.

If your shock goes bad, NAPA has a replacement, Part # 2085. Cost $10.99 the last time I bought one.

Best of luck with your B.

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