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4000 4 cyl. seat??

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Al Baker(pumpman)

12-03-2019 07:01:48

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My new 4000 row crop showed up in the driveway yesterday from Nebraska. Nice little tractor , but the seat and suspension has been farmer welded. Anyone have a nice unit I can buy?? I think its the same as a 800 series. Al 231/757/0064

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12-03-2019 10:26:05

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 Re: 4000 4 cyl. seat?? in reply to Al Baker(pumpman), 12-03-2019 07:01:48  
I tried one of those from TSC but it was to tall. I couldnt comfortably reach the pedals, shifter, or lift control.

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12-03-2019 10:21:15

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 Re: 4000 4 cyl. seat?? in reply to Al Baker(pumpman), 12-03-2019 07:01:48  
Or if you want quick and easy you can pick up a nice blue one with arms at TSC. You may need a bracket. Just don't leave it out in the sun.

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12-03-2019 09:28:56

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 Re: 4000 4 cyl. seat?? in reply to Al Baker(pumpman), 12-03-2019 07:01:48  
Sounds like a worn out Rest-O-Ride seat.

Rest-O-Ride seats were once free for the asking just about everywhere but so many have been scrapped that they are not so readily available as they once were. Still, with patience, you should be able to find one but (just about) all will need to be rebuilt.

Properly rebuilding a Rest-O-Ride seat is time consuming and can be expensive but the end result is worth it if properly done.

A simple spring pan seat is the easy solution.


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