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Rear Seat Combing


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Aug 29, 2006
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What is everyone doing to stiffen the combing that attaches to upper longeron in the rear seat? I have some different ideas, but I am leaning toward using angle aluminum flush riveted in place. I have also seen wood but dont see the idea there. ANy thoughts or ideas.

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