SA Seat

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SA Seat

Postby TraumaOne » Tue Sep 24, 2019 8:57 am

My SA has an aftermarket seat on it and it needs to go. I really like the looks of the seat on this 130. Does anyone know if these will also fit the SA line?

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Re: SA Seat

Postby BullDAWG » Tue Sep 24, 2019 10:29 am

It will work, but the spring type suspension on pan seat is different than the mount for the deluxe seats
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Re: SA Seat

Postby Super A » Wed Sep 25, 2019 11:08 am

All you have to do is remove the leaf springs and pan (four bolts) and the two bolts that control how much "spring" the leaf springs have. Then bolt the deluxe seat frame on.

You'll need a deluxe seat from a 130 or 140. A Cub seat won't work.

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Re: SA Seat

Postby TraumaOne » Wed Sep 25, 2019 11:52 pm

Super A wrote:All you have to do is remove the leaf springs and pan (four bolts) and the two bolts that control how much "spring" the leaf springs have. Then bolt the deluxe seat frame on.

You'll need a deluxe seat from a 130 or 140. A Cub seat won't work.

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That sounds pretty straight forward. The braces on the deluxe seat will be the same width as the mounting rails on the SA? I want to make sure it'll fit before spending the cash. They are not cheap! :shock:
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Re: SA Seat

Postby Super A » Thu Sep 26, 2019 5:44 am

TraumaOne wrote:
Super A wrote:All you have to do is remove the leaf springs and pan (four bolts) and the two bolts that control how much "spring" the leaf springs have. Then bolt the deluxe seat frame on.

You'll need a deluxe seat from a 130 or 140. A Cub seat won't work.

Al


That sounds pretty straight forward. The braces on the deluxe seat will be the same width as the mounting rails on the SA? I want to make sure it'll fit before spending the cash. They are not cheap! :shock:


If it's an IH seat from a 130-140, it will bolt right on.

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Re: SA Seat

Postby BullDAWG » Thu Sep 26, 2019 11:50 am

I think even the Super A had as an option the deluxe seat. The SA, 100-140 all had same base brackets that were the same only difference was the SA had serial # on the left bracket while later models didn't.
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Re: SA Seat

Postby Super A » Thu Sep 26, 2019 12:32 pm

Ol Timey Farming LLC wrote:I think even the Super A had as an option the deluxe seat. The SA, 100-140 all had same base brackets that were the same only difference was the SA had serial # on the left bracket while later models didn't.

Correct. Once the deluxe seat became available, people would update their Super A. Brackets are identical other than the serial number plate location.

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Re: SA Seat

Postby TraumaOne » Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:38 pm

Super A wrote:
Ol Timey Farming LLC wrote:I think even the Super A had as an option the deluxe seat. The SA, 100-140 all had same base brackets that were the same only difference was the SA had serial # on the left bracket while later models didn't.

Correct. Once the deluxe seat became available, people would update their Super A. Brackets are identical other than the serial number plate location.

Al


Thanks for the confirmation guys! I'm on the hunt now...
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