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Old May 20th, 2016, 02:05 PM
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Pic of it clamped in place.

I might just tack the corner pieces in situ and then pop everything out for final welding. I am hoping I can rivet this thing in tomorrow.

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Looks like puma tub now! Can't wait to see 4 puma seats on 3 door tub! Don, mine next?
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looks great!
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Old May 25th, 2016, 08:28 PM
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Got the piece I made installed.

Prior to riveting it in - I primed and painted the tub and the underside of the adapter piece.

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Old May 25th, 2016, 08:29 PM
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Another angle

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Old May 25th, 2016, 08:30 PM
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Pictures of the corners:

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View from underneath before I painted the adapter piece.

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Looking good!
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Old May 25th, 2016, 09:39 PM
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Old May 26th, 2016, 11:59 AM
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Got one of the seats in this morning:

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I am going to get a 2" piece of 1/4" flat bar and use that behind the bolts that hold the bracket on the bend.

This has been a big project - not even half way thru and still a lot more to do. The seats are very nice and I love the locking mechanism.
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Old June 2nd, 2016, 08:44 AM
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A couple of a reinforcement bracket I made. I used 1/2" flat bar and welded M6 nuts.

I also welded some smaller 1/2" flat that will tie into where the bolts of the lower legs of the seats come out. Another part will attached to the top section of the tub and I'll bolt they that as well.

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Installed the seats today. Not a heck of a lot of room but I'm a bit over 6' and fit. Seats are comfy tho. I need to make some more support brackets underneath and install the seat belts and then it's on to the next side.

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Don - that's awesome
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Old June 3rd, 2016, 10:45 PM
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Old June 3rd, 2016, 10:50 PM
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Great thread. Giving me all of the info I need to do this myself. Has yrm started making some of the under frame support brackets yet? I was on their site earlier and couldn't tell.
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Old June 4th, 2016, 12:22 PM
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Great thread. Giving me all of the info I need to do this myself. Has yrm started making some of the under frame support brackets yet? I was on their site earlier and couldn't tell.
Glad the info is of some help. I could not find much on it myself so the reason for the thread.

I don't think YRM has made anything for this conversion. Watch them release product as soon as I am done tho!

It appears that the stock Rover under supports are sheet metal (thin gauge) that is flared for strength. Which is light and strong.

Once I am done with the gussets the whole setup should be as strong as Puma tubs and stronger than any other tub seating I have seen for a Defender.
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Old June 6th, 2016, 09:03 PM
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I've been trying to find the small pieces and figured I would link part numbers on this thread for future reference.

Diagrams:

https://www.landroverworkshop.com/di...at-frame_45088
https://www.landroverworkshop.com/di...ce-seats_45086

Part Numbers for hinge covers:
- HXT501300PUY - RH REAR
- HXT501310PUY - LH REAR

- HXT501040PUY - RH FRONT
- HXT501050PUY - LH FRONT

- EYQ100130 - Plastic Clips to hold the above covers.

------ Follow up post added June 6th, 2016 09:04 PM ------

The one thing I cannot find is the piece that holds the ribbon that holds the legs up into the seats. None of my seats have them.
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Old June 7th, 2016, 12:24 AM
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So, I figured I would throw some info out there, considering I am mooching the modifications part. Here are the land rover part numbers for the seat belt options

Rear Seats: EVB500860PMA and EVB500870PMA Right and left inertia seat belts
EVD500010 Covers for the seat belt mechanism

Lock and Folds in Rear tub area EVL501580PMA Qty 2 Inertia seat belt mechanism
EWY500040 and EWY500050 Rear Corner Bracket left and right
Seat Belt cover EVD500010 Qty 2
Bottom attachment for seat belt BKF780030 QTY 2
Clips to hold cover on QTY 8 DYQ100230
Cover for bottom attachment point BTR1884PMA Qty 2

For the Lock and folds, I was reading a parts diagram in some crazy language that I believe is from the former soviet republic, so please let me know if anything is not accurate. I believe Exmoor makes a inertia belt system that is interchangeble with the rear and the lock and folds for about 1/2 the cost. If you have an older Defender, I think you have to modify the trim on the back right corner to accommodate either the bracket or the inertia belt. I would love if someone had a part number for that more modern trim piece that looks cleaner than me doing it with a pair of tin snips. Hope this helps. Please correct as needed.

------ Follow up post added June 6th, 2016 11:28 PM ------

Oh, forgot one thing. For the older 110's like mine, I think they originally only had lap belts for the rear seats. You might need a bracket for the upper part. Here are these part numbers I believe:
ADU710100 ADU710110 Right and left bracket. Again, please correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks
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Don,

This is really well done and looks fantastic!

In the spirit of having a list of parts in the thread, here are some of the parts for the 3rd row install that I have located:
- Rear seat-belt to frame tube bracket RH EIO500060
LH EIO500070

- Spacer for rear seatbelt to frame connector at frame mount KVX00020

- Seat cushion strap HTQ500080

- Seat tilt lever handle MUC8754 (mine were missing)

- I believe these are the covers for the rear striker latch locking assembly
HWK500230PUY
HWK500220PUY

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the one thing i cannot find is the piece that holds the ribbon that holds the legs up into the seats. None of my seats have them.
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Old June 10th, 2016, 01:22 PM
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Thanks for the added parts numbers Stancey and IamKraig :

I have been fabricating support brackets for the bottom assembly. I used M10 bolts as the holes were that size but from the parts sheet it looks like M8's are used.

Once these are done I will make plates for the seatbelt reels and finally move onto the next side.

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