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Old 09-06-2001, 10:02 PM
MBJOE MBJOE is offline
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Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Mebane, North Carolina
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It's real common for the springs in the driver's set to break, remember this is the one that gets to most wear. I have fixed them two ways. On one I disassembled the seat and took the seat spring to my local welder. He welded the broken springs back together using a backer plate. After I reassembled the seat it sits just like a new one, no sag. On the other one I used a good spring from a donor passenger seat that was in need of a new seat cover.You don't really have to take the seat to a upholstery shop. If you are handy with common tools they are pretty easy to take apart and reassemble.
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