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Old 12-03-2012, 11:47 AM
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The seat frame brackets on my 2001 Ram 1500 are starting to get rusty. Has anyone removed them and repainted them or had them powder-coated? New truck to me and have never removed the seats. LR.
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I have, When my electric motor went out on my driver seat and I had to replace it. I went ahead and took the opportunity to take all the seats out and get the carpet out (16 years worth of filth= a$$ nasty) and power wash it. Then when I put it all back together I hit the metal with rustoleum black. Cant really tell diifrence in look, cuz how often you look under the seat? But, it smells better now...
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