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Old 11-20-2004, 11:45 AM
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Smile need navy blue seat back 300sd power seat

need the seat back with an intact cargo net frame and net
for a 300sd navy blue passenger seat (power seat).

My cargo net frame is broken to pieces. Can't remove one from a junked parts car without popping off the seat back. The thing is screwed on from inside that back piece.

All I really need is the cargo net frame and net. I figure it will ship without breaking still attached to that seat back.

Anyone willing to part with one for $20???

willrev@nashvillenc.com

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Old 11-20-2004, 08:48 PM
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126-Seat Back

The seat has to be removed to get the seat back off...it can be very tuff to do, especially if their is no electric power to the seats...all the nets etc for 126's are alike, why do you need the seat back???Jim
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Old 11-21-2004, 12:40 PM
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Willrev-
I'm headed to get the those and the visor you PM'd me about.
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Old 11-22-2004, 10:29 AM
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Seat Back Removal-126

If you are lucky you can remove the seat back without removing the seat. You need a mirror and a short screwdriver. The seat back is only attached at the very bottom of the seat. After you remove the screws, using the mirror to locate them, the seat back can be removed by pulling out on the bottom of the back and then down with the back....Jim
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Old 11-22-2004, 02:45 PM
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trying to get cargo net frame

I pulled a cargo net frame off at the junkyard but realized that the seat back had to come off to get the frame off without busting the plastic frame to pieces. Once you pop the back off the seat, the frame unscrews via two screws and washers and it has a lot of little clips that clip into the seat back. You have to remove it with the back off the seat to get it off. The one I removed was grey. I really need a navy blue cargo net frame with the net attached. My frame got broken. I did find I could dye interrior parts very easily using SEM brand vinyl dye. It matches very well and is flexible coating that stays on too.
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Old 11-22-2004, 02:47 PM
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oops.

I don't need the "back rest" that your back leans against. All I wanted was the cardboard vinyl covered panel that pops off the seat back that has the cargo net fram attached. I was mistaken in the language I used. oops.

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