NOTE: Seat suspensions are currently being built on a per order basis. At this time, we are on a 3 - 4 week turnaround.
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We learned how we wanted to make our deluxe seat suspension by
rebuilding originals which were offered as an option on John Deere 318, 322,
332, 420 and 430 garden tractors. We tore those used suspensions down, cleaned
them, then looked closely at where they wear and why they break. We designed
our new deluxe suspension seat with those problems in mind.
Our new Deluxe Seat
Suspension looks close to the original, but has important improvements. We believe our deluxe seat suspension will give you a better ride
and last longer than the original! John Deere part # AM105074.
1. Support rods increased from 3/8" to 1/2" making the
whole system stronger.
2. Grease zerks added at each pivot, four total which
substantially increases life expectancy.
3. Seat mounts 1" back from original allowing for more leg
and belly room. (1/2" at the bottom slide and 1/2" at the top slide)
4. Flip plate is open in the center allowing clearance for
aftermarket seats that are not flat on the bottom.
5. Flip plate folded on outside edges making it stronger.
6. Larger bottom limit bumpers to dramatically change suspension
7. Supplied low profile seat mounting bolts.
Every New Deluxe Seat Suspension is:
1. MIG and TIG welded in a production style fixture to maintain
2. Etched in a phosphoric acid bath leaving a rust inhibiting iron
3. Cooked in a dry oven at 400 degrees.
4. Finished with a heavy blitz black powder coating.
5. Cooked again at 400 degrees to cure the coating.
6. Injected with automotive bearing grease at the pivot points.
We use Genuine John Deere tension springs!
This seat suspension, like the original,
has open moving parts. It is possible to injure yourself or someone else if
hands are inserted into the seat suspension while it is moving up or down. An
operator bouncing up and down on the seat suspension while others are in very
close proximity is the most likely scenario for injury. This device has a
scissor action while operating, and could cause loss of a finger or hand if
finger or hand is extended into the active mechanism.