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    so, I climbed up in the old girl today and heard a pop. drove around a bit on the farm and got out. just bought this truck a few weeks ago and lo and behold, some douche canoe WELDED the seat frame. the part that fits around the actuator that raises the seat. ill throw up some pics in a bit, but any body know if im looking at a new seat or just a frame?

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    What are you driving? How about a pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by COdix699 View Post
    so, I climbed up in the old girl today and heard a pop. drove around a bit on the farm and got out. just bought this truck a few weeks ago and lo and behold, some douche canoe WELDED the seat frame. the part that fits around the actuator that raises the seat. ill throw up some pics in a bit, but any body know if im looking at a new seat or just a frame? - - - Updated - - -

    scrap yard for frame parts.

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    Thanks jcat. Maybe I can score a frame cheap.

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    Picture was up the other day, don't know where it went...ill try again.

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    well apparently my computer wont upload the pictures. every time I click the picture frame in the reply box, the window for uploads opens up, but either my computer wont upload, or dosent even give me the option of browsing my computer for an upload file. without pics this is kinda useless.

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    I would do what @j cat said, check a junk yard. Sometimes they will give you the entire seat for the price of the frame. They might figure that no one will buy the seat without the frame. I guess it depends on who is working that day

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    You're not uploading the image to the site/thread. You're trying to attach a bad url and pass it off as a valid image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COdix699 View Post
    Thanks jcat. Maybe I can score a frame cheap.

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    Picture was up the other day, don't know where it went...ill try again.

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    well apparently my computer wont upload the pictures. every time I click the picture frame in the reply box, the window for uploads opens up, but either my computer wont upload, or dosent even give me the option of browsing my computer for an upload file. without pics this is kinda useless.
    get some cushion material so when you install your cushions on the frame the seat will have more fluff...I do this on all my vehicles ..

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