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Old March 8th, 2016, 06:34 PM
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WTB: mounting brackets for 60/40 bench feet

Anyone have a "nice" set of mounting brackets/feet for a 60/40 bench seat for the 2nd row seats? Looks like the below, I can blast/powdercoat them if need be...but if anyone has a set lying around would be happy to pay for a set if they're in great shape.
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Ha! I have a set of those....
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Ha! I have a set of those....
Are they extras or spares that's you're looking to unload? Condition?
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Lav, iirc, Mike is moving to a different bracket set up cuz his seat upgrade leaves too little leg room. Might ask him if his old brackets are available if nothing better pops up.
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Lav, iirc, Mike is moving to a different bracket set up cuz his seat upgrade leaves too little leg room. Might ask him if his old brackets are available if nothing better pops up.
Sword? He's got the Puma rears though....different bracket setup.
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Sword? He's got the Puma rears though....different bracket setup.
Ah, my bad. I thought he had the puma seat mixed with the earlier brackets and needed to move to newer brackets to regain the leg room.
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Lav, perfect excuse to pick up a small media blast cabinet- really come in handy. Take a look at a few, and you will be able to salvage lots of otherwise 'nasty' bits...
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Lav, perfect excuse to pick up a small media blast cabinet- really come in handy. Take a look at a few, and you will be able to salvage lots of otherwise 'nasty' bits...
Yeah, we've got a small blast cabinet here "in the area" actually (either Galpin, or Dro...or both). But my powdercoater can do it as well, and I've got a few other bits & pieces going to him as well so easy enough to drop these in the batch - but they are pretty corroded so was just looking for some better "options" before going that route.
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Yeah, we've got a small blast cabinet here "in the area" actually (either Galpin, or Dro...or both). But my powdercoater can do it as well, and I've got a few other bits & pieces going to him as well so easy enough to drop these in the batch - but they are pretty corroded so was just looking for some better "options" before going that route.
Yeah... Charles has been storing my 40 lb blast cabinet for ages.
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Pedro, I can store it if Charles needs room ;-) Mine is about worn out...
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Are they extras or spares that's you're looking to unload? Condition?
Sorry. Been traveling. New. I think they are surplus to what I need.
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