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    Well, a rear seat is a lot of money. $400 and more. I had some scrap seat pads,steel and made my own. Works well and can be removed. Sorry it is dark.
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    Everlast IMIG-200
    Dad's TIG and plasma
    Lots of tools
    Not lots of space.

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    Here, I lightened them up in Irfanview. It is a great freeware image viewer/editor. I just saved them, and loaded them up and hit "auto adjust colors"

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