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daveb666

posted on 18/10/17 at 07:41 PM Reply With Quote
Tillett B3.5 Seat Mounts

Has anyone here got these fitted? I'm curious so see the various ways in which you've mounted them to your cars.

I've spoke with someone about how he mounted his which helps but I'm just looking for other ideas (and ideally photos) as to how others may have done it.

Thanks in advance





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jeffw

posted on 19/10/17 at 02:40 PM Reply With Quote
Looks like you'll have to stick with my method then






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loggyboy

posted on 19/10/17 at 02:48 PM Reply With Quote
I'd be interested in this, I have some (i think Jeffs old ones? if my worsening memory of the chat I had with the chap i bought them from is right!)
They look to have had just holes drilled but was wondering if something like the JK seat mounts could be adapted or mocked up in a similar way.


[Edited on 19-10-17 by loggyboy]





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daveb666

posted on 19/10/17 at 03:06 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jeffw
Looks like you'll have to stick with my method then


Not questioning your methods Jeff. I'm no fabricator/engineer that's all so was just hoping for some photos or something to visualise it.





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