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    WTT: double lock sport seat base for single lock sport seat base

    I would like to trade a restored (Tony' Autobann) passenger side double lock sport seat base for a passenger side single lock sport seat base. Prefer like condition.

    Thanks
    Dan -
    San Diego 92131

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    time for a bump

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    1 more bump
    Thanks for looking.
    Dan

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    If you get desperate I may trade a clapped out, ugly original correct frame for yours.

    But don't wait too long; I seem to have far more double-locking right now than non.
    Warning! If I crap on you itís not on purpose.

    I often buy parts I think I need but find out I already own.

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    Frank, if you get overwhelmed by (like myself) right hand side seats, lockers or the 'like', there is always the Uk, Australian and New Zealand to """push""" into. Oh and the South Afrikaans.
    Ive heard the latter are more easy to deal with.
    I prefer the silence of R/Side delete
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    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZVW View Post
    I prefer the silence of R/Side delete
    Interesting observation Mark.

    Empty sport seats do tend to rattle; especially when the backrest is adjusted in an upright angle.

    But unlike you I'll take the rattle over a bench bucket. The empty sport seat makes a great "open glovebox" for my phone while motoring.
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    "Save the whales."
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    I forgot how heavy these are until seeing one again. Tony did a great job (again). Good luck.
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    Frank, PM sent. Thanks
    Dan

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    Instagram Model Frank Beck's Avatar
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    Thanks Dan.
    Went down just like a successful drug deal.
    Warning! If I crap on you itís not on purpose.

    I often buy parts I think I need but find out I already own.

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    "Save the Rain Forest."
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    Happy Ending!
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