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Old 04-27-2010, 07:01 PM
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getting out of my truck today i heard a crack. I looked under and one of the pieces of metal is cracked so now the whole seat (back included) rock forward and back about an inch. it is a metal u piece that surrounds a pin assembly, not the track. any solutions for fixing? can it be welded? I would rather not replace the whole power assembly as all motors and switches work fine. ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED, THANKS, JD.
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Welding shouldn't be a problem.
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ya you should be able to weld it just take it out of the truck first lol
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thanks for the replies, and yes I will take it out of the truck first, My brother in -law is the proffesional welder and he already busted my chops about not welding in the truck.... we are also hitting a scrap yard that confirmed two or three seats and working power, decent prices too. picking up a back up just in case.
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