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Old August 6th, 2015, 05:30 PM
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Where can I buy this bracket for attaching jump seat back to trim

If any has 4 of these, or knows where I can buy them please let me know.
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Old August 6th, 2015, 05:32 PM
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I think you only need two, the ones closest to the seats are the only ones that use them. I could be wrong.
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Old August 6th, 2015, 05:49 PM
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I think you only need two, the ones closest to the seats are the only ones that use them. I could be wrong.
Could be just the driver and pass side seats closest to the front of the truck. Those are the seats that are currently going in. Do you happen to have any?
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I do somewhere I was looking through my shop last night with drew on the phone. I didn't have any luck... I'll look again this weekend.
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looks like AWR4613 -Jeff
That's it! Thanks Jeff. Now to locate them at a less ridiculous price. If i need 4 at $90 that is going to hurt!

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I do somewhere I was looking through my shop last night with drew on the phone. I didn't have any luck... I'll look again this weekend.
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Cheaper in England! Even with shipping

AWR4613 | Adaptor Bracket

Its the kind of part L8 could probably help you with.
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or here; AWR4613 ADAPTOR BRACKET | shop | www.lrseries.com
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Found it, I would just make one.. Would cost more the $10 and 30 min of work. I can send measurements if you want.
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Thanks for following up! I just went ahead and ordered two from LRdirect last week. Hopefully that will do the trick.

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Found it, I would just make one.. Would cost more the $10 and 30 min of work. I can send measurements if you want.
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