I can take a few pics of the 3rd seat frame (the long one) and take
some measurements if you like. Mine came out of a 1959 GMC burb. Do you
know if anyone has checked to see if the early 60's burb seat frames
will fit? Maybe Santa will bring me a middle seat frame for Christmas!?!
Then I can use my extra set of front driver's cushions for the middle seat.
>Several of us on the list got together internet-wise and compared various
>on the TF and AD Suburban 2nd and 3rd seats.
>It appears that the 2nd seat mounts are the same for the TF and the AD...ie,
>compatible...TF will bolt into an AD and vice versa.
>It also appears that there's a variation on the 3rd seat that may or may not
>to be crossed over from TF to AD. The left 4 holes are the same; the added
>part may be different. Steve G on the list is buying a set of TF seats for
>his AD and
>will be able to relate any variations in the near future.
>As part of all this, I did a sketch on the TF seat mounting points...which
>should be the
>same as the floor mount points...and crossed it with some of the AD dimensions
>from Bob Chansler. After scribbling on it with info from the discussion, I
>need to do
>one more update of the drawing. If anyone wants a copy of it after that, let
>All this was a study of the TF and AD seat frames and did not go into the
>think the cushions are padded thicker on the AD, but that can be fixed in the
>footprint dimensions on the cushions appear to be exactly the same TF and AD
>2nd and 3rd seats.
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