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Farmall H Seat

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03-13-2001 07:46:49

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Has anyone had any luck replacing the shock absorber on the seat with an automotive shock or is this a specialty item made only for these seats. If so where may I locate one.

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03-13-2001 16:10:59

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 Re: Farmall H Seat in reply to Jack, 03-13-2001 07:46:49  
Jack, I have replaced the shock on my Super C and my Super H within the last year, from my CaseIH dealer. Pete

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03-13-2001 10:43:10

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 Re: Farmall H Seat in reply to Jack, 03-13-2001 07:46:49  
Your Case/IH dealer can get you original
replacement. Last one I bought was a little
over $50.

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03-13-2001 16:59:26

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 Re: Re: Farmall H Seat in reply to Reid, 03-13-2001 10:43:10  
Your Case/IH dealer can get you one. Will cost about $50. Be aware that when you order it, IH supplies the bare shock only. It will come with no rubber bushings or mounting bolts. You have to buy those separately.

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Bill C

03-13-2001 19:32:54

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 Re: Re: Re: Farmall H Seat in reply to Haas, 03-13-2001 16:59:26  
Also note:It will come painted black,and,will have a 90's style "International" logo stamped into it.Mine did.

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03-13-2001 09:56:14

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 Re: Farmall H Seat in reply to Jack, 03-13-2001 07:46:49  
Any NAPA store should be able to get one for you.

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michael Soldan

03-13-2001 08:55:56

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 Re: Farmall H Seat in reply to Jack, 03-13-2001 07:46:49  
Jack ,I have two H's, one with the sping bolt and the other with a shock. I plan to replace the shock with something as close as I can find at the auto supply store, also a shock absorber off of a snowmoble ski may be a close match. Before all that I'll check at my I-H dealer, he still amazes me at what parts he can still get ....who knows? Good luck from Mike Soldan in Exeter Ontario

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