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Old 11-18-2012, 10:15 AM
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But think about this, it is often easier to repair what you have than to modify for something else, then rebuild it too. It's all in what you want, if the later seats are what you rather have anyway then go for it. But if it is merely a way to solve the seat issue and you would even rather have the original but think you can't find any, repairing the original or finding good originals may still be the best, cheapest, fastest way compared to finding something that will "fit" then making it fit and paying for it.

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