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John Seasly

01-08-2012 08:51:16




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I was wanting any help in finding a CK 930 deluxe seat that does not break the bank. Several sources have seats for the old girl; $340 plus shipping. Will a John Deere 4020 seat work on Case? I am not restoring just looking for a little padding without paying $400 and doing 1/2 day modifications to get it to work. So I need your help. Thanks John




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j hikemper

01-08-2012 18:11:52




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 Re: help with 930 seat in reply to John Seasly, 01-08-2012 08:51:16  
either pay the piper or ,, if the hardware is still all there .. set a 4x6 wood block on the platform under thr flex arms ,,get a patio chair cushion and sit on that ,, btw j saeli mitwe be able to fix you up with quality parts



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John Seasly

01-08-2012 18:28:06




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 Re: help with 930 seat in reply to j hikemper, 01-08-2012 18:11:52  
Thanks for your suggestion. Should I use pine for the 4x6 or wormized? I hope that I can return the favor/ John



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j hikemper

01-08-2012 18:34:08




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 Re: help with 930 seat in reply to John Seasly, 01-08-2012 18:28:06  
dunno ,, if your tractor sits out in the weather they claim treated woodwill last 40 yrs



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ralph wilton

01-08-2012 15:37:06




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 Re: help with 930 seat in reply to John Seasly, 01-08-2012 08:51:16  
i rebushed my suspension and put a seat out of a 1460 combine on mine worked very good



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Wisconsin Cowman

01-08-2012 09:38:20




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 Re: help with 930 seat in reply to John Seasly, 01-08-2012 08:51:16  
The seats I see for the Case 930 look about the same has the seats on a 4020 should be able to make the Deere seat work. Also did you check eBay at all?



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John Saeli

01-08-2012 10:05:01




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 Re: help with 930 seat in reply to Wisconsin Cowman, 01-08-2012 09:38:20  
Wood backed. Junk. The armrests get flimsy. I won't have anything to do w/ them.



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D-C-741

01-08-2012 13:48:23




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 Re: help with 930 seat in reply to John Saeli, 01-08-2012 10:05:01  
I agree They are not like the ones on Them When they were new.the remakes are the 1 year kind by year 2 you will replace them again.



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