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Old February 20th, 2008, 07:55 PM
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110 rear /2nd row seats

I'm looking for a 3 peice rear seat setup for a 110 station wagon-like the later series 3's and early 110's. My truck has two high back bucket seats on a custom frame but the high back's block to much of my view. Anyone have a line on some ? Dont want the NAS 60/40 setup- want to eventualy put an engel in the middle.
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Old October 1st, 2009, 02:04 PM
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I'm looking for the same setup here. Either a single seat from the early 3 seat setup, or just a complete /40 piece from the 60/40 bench. Any leads appreciated.

I want to open the space as well for a fridge, and don't want to chop my /60 unless I have to.
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Old October 1st, 2009, 06:22 PM
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Mark/Doug - you may want to consider the engle behind the driver's seat. I too wanted an engle in the middle until a friend said to consider how often you need to access the fridge. I've found for camping near the door sure is convenient and was the right decision in my case. I made a mount for mine and can post images. I know I owe you guys some images/write-ups on the interior roll cage, etc. Mark
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Old October 1st, 2009, 09:29 PM
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Here's some images. Mark - you can also see the M&M seat covers. BTW, nice letter in the recent OJ. Mark
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Old October 2nd, 2009, 12:37 AM
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Unfortunately the middle is a must. I have two young children in child seats and they both need to be by the doors, and my wife needs to be able to access the fridge from the front passenger.
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im looking for the same middle fridge set up too.
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Old November 2nd, 2009, 04:15 PM
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Here's some images. Mark - you can also see the M&M seat covers. BTW, nice letter in the recent OJ. Mark
Very nice setup! For now, while the girls are in child seats, I need the fridge in the middle, as they both need help getting latched in, and can't help get things out of the fridge while driving. That's where I'm looking for modular flexibility in the design. I'm hoping to add more floor points, and swap between 60/40 to just /60, or go 33/fridge/33.

I bought two outer seats from a ROW 33/33/33 middle row setup, waiting on my return. going to try to setup that with fridge in middle, but keep the 60/40 when needed. once the girls can both get in by the themselves and buckle up, I think your setup with the 60/fridge is the best way to go. then I can just sell the two 33/s I have if I want.

Definitely going to get some melvill and moon. those are the beschizzil! Thanks for the OJ comment..love that mag.
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Second row individual seats

I am looking for the second row individuals seat also.
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