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PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2008 4:38 pm 
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I have some spare seats that could be fitted into the rear of the 101. I purchased and am in the process of fitting 2 into the rear of mine for my lad to sit in, or possibly the wife if the lad continues to get his way and sits in the front, but I have 2 spare.

The seats are out of a minibus of some type and have adjustable feet brackets, you can position them wherever you want on the frame. The seat belts are fastened onto the frame, hopefully you can see on the pics. On one of the bases the material does not match the seat backs and the other one the stitching is pulling a bit (tearing) again see the pics.

In my opinion the seats sit a bit high on these brackets in the back of the 101 (but mine is GS) so I am chopping them down a bit to ensure no ones head is bouncing against the canvas! Otherwise good seats with seat belts to solve the problem of transporting your kids in the back!

£20 for the seats and the brackets shown.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2008 5:16 pm 
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Out of interest where, & which way are you planning to fit your seats :D

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Hi Pete,

I'm fitting them facing forward in front of the wheel arch against the side of the motor and behind the passenger seat, if you get the idea. Obviously fixing brackets to chassis and bolting through floor etc to enure safe. Eats up a bit of space, but theres lots in there to loose so not too much of a worry to me.

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Hi,

where is Craven?

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Hi There,

Possibly fairly local for you depending on where you are in Lancashire, I'm in Barnoldswick which is on the Lancashire / Yorkshire border heading towards Skipton.

Also I forgot to mention on the earlier text the seats can be seperated and made into singles if you want to. If you are wanting to do this I can supply four seat base brackets, so you could mount the seats like Pete has suggested in another thread.

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cheers John

i live on outskirts of Nelson so only half a gallon of fuel away :D

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Great, you must be my closest 101 neighbour!!!

Hope to meet up some time in the future, even with current fuel prices I can manage a trip to Nelson in the 101.

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