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Seat for a 1920 Deutz-Allis

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TimH
My seat (on my tractor!) is shot. Any suggestions as to where to get another? Should I just take the old one into the local farm store and try to match it to something they have in stock? Thanks.

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Nubian
You could try, but you still have to match the neutral safety switch cut out at the bottom or rig something up yourself. There are a few used ones out there. I would place a want ad on this site.I'm sure someone will contact you. I want to re-upholster mine.Let us know how you make out. Good Luck

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