Seat rails/adjuster assembly for bench 1974 needed in Los Angeles

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  1. ajax22

    ajax22 In First Gear

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    i need a set of bench seat mounting rails (complete, I need everything that unbolts from the bench)

    I did a custom bucket seat mount using one set that I had and havent been able to find a second set to make it Match.

    Doesent have to be pretty but it does need to be complete.
     
  2. russosborne

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    Would a 72 work?
    Russ
     
  3. 5.0 Chero

    5.0 Chero Bahumbug Staff Member

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    Yes it will work for him
     
  4. russosborne

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    Thanks.
    I thought it would, but whenever I think it is dangerous. :eek:
    To the OP, if you are interested let me know. The only thing mine is missing is the wire/rod? that goes from side to side. Possibly the plastic handle on the lever, can't remember right this minute.
    Russ
     
  5. Jimbob

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    I think the 'split bench' runners (from one seat) will also work from a later ford if you can find an up to late 70's Torino/Cougar/T Bird/LTD II etc. I went from one piece GT bench to a split bench from a '76 T Bird so i had to find a pair of runners so i could put the stock bench runners on one seat and the new pair on the other. I think they came from an LTD II sedan.
     
  6. ajax22

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    Yeah I could definitely use them

    I struck out hard at the local junk yard

    Found a set but they were too rusty to get out

    Even tried hiring a guy to pull them and he couldn’t manage it
     
  7. russosborne

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    It will probably be Saturday before I can get them off. I'll take some pictures then.
    Russ
     
  8. russosborne

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    Let me know if these will work for you.
    They are really dirty. Very little, if any, rust. Should clean up great.
    Like I said earlier, the only thing missing is the rod(?) that goes between the two sliders. Shouldn't be hard to fab one up.
    Thanks,
    Russ
     

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  9. russosborne

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    So, do you still want these?
    Whatever shipping costs is all I want for them.
    Let me know.
    Thanks,
    Russ
     

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