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That would be great if you had pics. I was thinking of some type of rubber mat that would blend in. Not sure if there is already a thread on that.
More pics coming. Its a family affair. Wifes father, my son and me. And my son says the 5 ton is his school truck. He is now 13 but drove it and humvee at age 11. So one more year till legal.http://shop.800nonoise.com/Floormats-10-Roll-F0001.htm
Love it. Not as thick but a match. With anything cheaper under it for noise or insulation.
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Tangdiver, had more questions but didn't want to hijack this good seat thread.
Moved insulation discussion here :
AmazingGlad there is a good thread to home this. I think I posted this somewhere else. Since I wrote this, I powder-coated, mounted the second seat. This was a tough build, a few mistakes along the way but overall, after a couple of months, I like the seats and the upside of having a beefy rollbar. Since this doc, I replaced the springs. The ones I bought were too stiff and jarred my neck (c5-6 fused). Only thing is, these don't have front-back adjustments. Overall, if there were do-overs, I would wait and spend the $$s on seats that fit without modification.
The ones from a pacificia people are buying on this thread. Guy oit of arizona who builds handicap vans. He also sells them on ebay. Perfect for me and leather and brand newTag, maybe I missed it but what did your seats come out of?
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