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Old December 28th, 2009, 08:27 PM
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D110 2nd Row Seat Frame 3/33

I just got new seat base and backs for my second row. They are 2 Hi-backs and 1 low-back.

My 110 has some sort of crazy seats on her ( just 2 that look from another vehicle )

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Does anyone has pics of the frames to install the trim?
Does anyone has the frame for sale?

Does anyone have any ideas before I ripp off the little hair I have left ? *LOL*

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Old December 29th, 2009, 12:51 AM
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Humm. Well, there are at least two types of middle row seats. The "12 seater" style found in ROW trucks and the NAS 110 style. They are very different. What exactly did you buy? Do you not have frames at all? In JimC's thread you can see some pictures of the middle seat mounted.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 12:56 AM
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I bought Exmoor Seats 3/33 ( 3 piece set )
no, I have some funny set up.
So I want to replicate as much as I can if I have to build a frame.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 01:01 AM
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I have no idea how they mount. I assume they are like the ROW 12 seater set up. It has been a while and I don't remember what Janey's look like, but I bet it is similar to that.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 06:32 AM
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Gustavo,
I'll take some pictures of mine later today. I suspect yours are like mine. I have some flat, sheetmetal brackets bolted to the floor, then the seat brackets/pivots bolt to those. My seat frames are tubular steel feet and metal angle iron in the shape of the seat base, which my base attaches to.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 06:53 AM
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Gustavo- the 'triple' setup is unique, and very likely it is easiest to purchase the brackets. I had a set of those once, and they would be very difficult to replicate. I do have a NAS 110 middle seat if you need it, but it won't help w/ the setup you have, sorry.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 10:02 AM
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Here is the pic of what I 've got ( in black leather )

http://www.exmoortrim.co.uk/images/s...enderseats.jpg

Jonathan, that would be awesome, because I thought the base would be an easy duplicate, but I am wondering how the heck does the backrest mounts to anything.

Dale, well send me a pm with waht you got ( cost ) , if this becomes too much of a difficult project , I might go for it.

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Old December 29th, 2009, 05:12 PM
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whatever you think- wasn't trying to 'sell' you. I had it to recover, but sold the recover kit- and the leather front seats. Buy my 2 rear flip and fold forward facing jumps, and I'll give you the second row- the recover kit in leather is only around $500 depending on exchange- ask Stephen for a quote.
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Dale, did not think that for a minute.

It seems those seats I bought are requiring more than what I thought, and when I am done, I could have gotten a 60/40 split like the NAS 110.

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Gustavo, Here are some pics of my seats. You can see in the pics that the seat backs pivot on the seat brackets themselves.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 08:18 PM
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Jonathan,

that looks very clear.... and it is clearer I need to find those freaking brackets to attach the backrest to the seat.

I am not worried about the mount to the tub/seat box as there are 2 bars there holding the current seats

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Those brackets are part of my seat frames and not a separate piece. Perhaps you can make something?
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You are right.. I need the Dang frames

I wonder if the 109 station wagon are the same?
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You are right.. I need the Dang frames

I wonder if the 109 station wagon are the same?

They should be similar. There is a guy in harrisburg pa parting out a 109 wagon.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 09:17 PM
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Ron,

Thanks for the tip. Where did he post the parting of the 109?
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Nice guy. No cell phone, just a land line etc.
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cool I see if I can find the post there


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when the site is up *LOL*
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I PMed you his home number. Nice guy.

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those brackets are different from the ones mine had back when- good luck none the less, hope they work from the 109-let us know.
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