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casinojim

seat can it be saved

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Talntedmrgreen

Sadly, I have not seen one that could be stopped.  That's a darn nice surviving seat!  I hope someone else can chime in with a magic cure!

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casinojim

VERY supple not crunchy at all. was cruising the yard  yesterday felt fine dOd can any tell me if this bland is for a big 10, and will this  work on the B10. is yellow but someone painted it orangewah

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fishnwiz
3 hours ago, casinojim said:

VERY supple not crunchy at all. was cruising the yard  yesterday felt fine dOd can any tell me if this bland is for a big 10, and will this  work on the B10. is yellow but someone painted it orangewah

b 10 8.jpg

b 10 7.jpg

Maybe a local upolstry shop could sew the seams or at least tell you if it's serviceable. Can't imagine it would cost too much.

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MikeES

By the angle of the lift arm, and the lift rod, this was for a RBT.  BUT with the adjustable lift rod it will work just fine on your B10.

It is hard to tell but there should be 2 set collars on the lift rod.   You can set the collars/spring to put down pressure on the blade.   The lift rod for the B10 was solid, because the lift handle floated as did the hydraulic lift had the float position.   The later 700/7100 and newer did not have float so they needed the spring in the lift rod to create a safety float.

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