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I bought mine from Mary Gearheart here is a link http://www.simpletractors.com/parts/a-c_seat_cushions.htm and here is a picture [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/toad270/se.JPG[/img] very nice

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Whomever you purchase your seat from make sure you get the one with the soft foam cushion or you will be in for many uncomfortable rides. I had to return a rock hard model for a soft one that I purchased from Sandy Lake.

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If you want to be "technically correct" in a true restoration, then you need to get the sewn, pleated seat from Sandy Lake for a Big Ten. They also sell the less expensive, heat-pleated ones, which are "technically correct" for the later B110/112/210/212 models... BTW, the heat pleated ones they sell are also made by Mary. They have the sewn, pleated ones made locally...

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