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jcoffed
I've aquired a nicely patined 3112H in great condition. The vinyl on the seat is split almost completely around the perimeter of the pan where the metal is crimped over the vinyl. The vinyl is in otherwise good shape. It detracts so much from the appearance of a lovely old tractor. Is there any way to restore one of these seats? Good ones seem to be non-existant and the aftermarket seats just don't look right. Thanks for any help. Jim Coffed

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mowerman1193
You could take it to a upholstery shop and have them to recover it like the original..You also could look in a parts manual to get the part number for it and see if it is avalible new...I know some of the older ones are still avalible

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thedaddycat
There's no way to save it and you should sell it immediately to one of us..... LOL Welcome to the club, I'm sure you'll find plenty of information about seats by doing a search of the forums......

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