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02-10-2019 16:01:28

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I am rebuilding the seat on my 400. This “link” is shot. Just wondering if anyone has one on better shape before I start trying to weld it up. The number on it is A7060

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02-11-2019 20:42:58

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 Re: 400 seat in reply to countrycase, 02-10-2019 16:01:28  
According to the parts book there are supposed to be bronze bushings in the yoke. On mine I put the new bushings in and then filled the gap between the bushing and the yoke with JB Weld to hold them in. I don't like to use JB Weld but made an exception in this case. Welding it up and reboring the holes for new bushings is not going to be easy.

Good luck.


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Jon f mn

02-10-2019 16:21:21

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 Re: 400 seat in reply to countrycase, 02-10-2019 16:01:28  
I just drilled mine out and put in bushings.

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02-10-2019 16:02:26

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 Re: 400 seat in reply to countrycase, 02-10-2019 16:01:28  

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02-10-2019 17:55:51

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 Re: 400 seat in reply to countrycase, 02-10-2019 16:02:26  
I have had a thought on the seat on my "730" as mine had a horribly rusted out seat, I plan to replace the seat I put on it and put the seat that is on a "400" or a "DC", to replace, as they are out there.

Not a great picture, but most of you guys know what I mean. I looked in the partsbook, and saw it as a option or maybe standard equipment

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