mounting seats in a buggy

1992f150

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Im trying to think up a good way to mount seats in my tube frame buggy. I know I need a bar behind the back of the seat; I'm wondering about the lower mounts. The seat has 4 prongs that would bolt to a seat track, so I was thinking running 2 tubes per seat that fit just inside the prongs, then making some tabs off the tube so it can bolt to the seat prongs.
Any thoughts, sugestions, or pictures would be helpful.
Thanks!

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Kritter

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You could do the tubing or just do angle iron and drill holes in it and mount it to the seat tabs and then weld in teh angle iron...very easy and cheap to do

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Angle iron is definately low buget and easy. In my truck I used square 1" tubing and shock tabs, that was simple too. --Paul

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Tube in tube works. Make it a very loose fit. You can split the tube to clear the support.
 
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