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Herm00

10-06-2011 19:55:08




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I Have a Case 1170 with the deluxe seat in it. All of the padding is missing, including the back rest and arm rests. Anybody have a good place to find the correct padding for my seat?




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Agri King

10-11-2011 20:08:33




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 Re: 70 Series Seat Padding in reply to Herm00, 10-06-2011 19:55:08  
A 1170 would have had what is called the Agri King seat I would bet that is what you have. Seat & back cushion, upper back cushion that moves and arm rests that are fixed in place. Go to Hy- Capacity. The seat cushions are as close to OEM as I have seen and very good quality. Other after market places can't seem to put bolt holes in the right spots.



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Case Nutty 1660

10-12-2011 20:55:24




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 Re: 70 Series Seat Padding in reply to Agri King, 10-11-2011 20:08:33  
just to let you know A&I get their cushions from Speer cushions, or at least the last time I asked them but yes they are very good at what theydo I usally send in 5- 15 seat to them a year for recovering have neevr been dissapointed cnt



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560farm

10-07-2011 03:20:39




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 Re: 70 Series Seat Padding in reply to Herm00, 10-06-2011 19:55:08  
Speer Cushion and K & M manufacturing are the two I use. Usually Speer for the case stuff. I have bought new and also had old original ones redone.



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