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Straw Boss

02-05-2012 13:24:37




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I picked up a NOS seat cushion at a sale and a NOS frame on the internet. Just need a good backrest to round out the package.

Question #1. Does the backrest have the same color combination...silver on top, black on the sides?

Question #2. If I can't locate a good original backrest, are the reproductions any where close to the same color and fabric or are they all just a black vinyl?

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Straw Boss

02-06-2012 14:24:04




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Straw Boss, 02-05-2012 13:24:37  
Thanks to everyone for your information.
I always learn something here.
I'll try to open the email again if anyone has a lead on a NOS or gently used backrest. Thanks.



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BarryfromIA

02-05-2012 16:26:53




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to oldtanker, 02-05-2012 13:24:37  
There is another company that also makes replacement seats but I forgot the name. Joe Young knows the name and uses them they are all black but look closer to original in shape and size.



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Joe Young

02-06-2012 02:22:41




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to BarryfromIA, 02-05-2012 16:26:53  
Barry is right. The company I used is:

K & M Manufacturing
308 NW 2nd Street
PO Box 409
Renville, MN 56284
Phone: (800) 328-1752
FAX: (320) 329-3709
E-Mail: sales@tractorseats.com

Their website is: www.tractorseats.com

Select: Agricultural → Seats → Case-David Brown

Then go to page 2.

The seat base and back I bought for my 530 and 630 are:

Case 800 Seat - part number P800S7077

Case 800 Short Back - part number P800SB7076

They are not cheap but appear to be good quality. The sales personnel were very helpful each time I called. They sell direct as well as through a dealer network.

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Den N Ms

02-05-2012 15:46:37




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Straw Boss, 02-05-2012 13:24:37  
Originally on the 800 I know the backrest was black around the edge with the textured silver insert,the metal back was desert sunset.With a bottom just like the one you have.



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Tommy Railsback

02-05-2012 14:46:13




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Straw Boss, 02-05-2012 13:24:37  
Try Speer Cushion in Holyoke, Colorado.



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Straw Boss

02-05-2012 14:50:29




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Tommy Railsback, 02-05-2012 14:46:13  
Thanks Tom.



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casecollectorsc

02-05-2012 14:14:35




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Straw Boss, 02-05-2012 13:24:37  
Backrest black and silver too. May have been replaced as 700 was two years old when he bought it.



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Straw Boss

02-05-2012 14:44:58




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to casecollectorsc, 02-05-2012 14:14:35  
Hey thanks for the info. Most of my tractors are 100 series or 30 series and don't have that style seat so I don't have anything to go by. I wondered if you would recognize that cushion if I put it on here. I should have mentioned to you at the sale the other day that I need your cell number. I have a deal going on a shed full of Case stuff and I need to find a home for a few pieces. I'd rather talk privately when we get a chance. My email is open. Thanks.

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Straw Boss

02-05-2012 14:55:28




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Straw Boss, 02-05-2012 14:44:58  
Well now I'm stupid again and can't get the email to open. I guess I could go old school and dust off a phone book!



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Butch/ Ohio

02-06-2012 09:41:26




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Straw Boss, 02-05-2012 14:55:28  
I might be interested in some of your Case stuff. I deal in NOS parts.



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Straw Boss

02-06-2012 14:40:34




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Butch/ Ohio, 02-06-2012 09:41:26  
Thanks Butch. Email is now working.
I was refering to machinery parked inside a shed.
I don't have much in the way of NOS parts but I'm often looking for them.



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Straw Boss

02-05-2012 13:53:41




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Straw Boss, 02-05-2012 13:24:37  
Forgot to mention the backrest cushion needed is part number A20071 prior to sn 8140001 or A20557 sn 8140001 and after. Anyone know the difference between them? The part books sure don't say. I presume a vendor change and if so maybe a style/shape/color change???



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casecollectorsc

02-05-2012 13:43:03




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to Straw Boss, 02-05-2012 13:24:37  
Straw Boss, I came across a picture of Dads nearly new 700 that had same color as yours.



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Straw Boss

02-05-2012 13:56:37




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 Re: Seat Cushion Question in reply to casecollectorsc, 02-05-2012 13:43:03  
Was the backrest silver also or all black?
Sales brochures show the metal backing a desert sunset color but don't show the front view.



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