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Old April 4th, 2018, 11:36 AM
M715_orginal M715_orginal is offline
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Default Original Seats Left vs. Right

So I have an M715 and have been looking for seats for a while now, and have come to the question of left vs right. Someone used the stock bases on mine with aftermarket frame bolted on, so I know the legs are different, but are there differences between passenger and driver in how they fold and everything or are they different? Also if anyone has any leads on seats thatd be appreciated
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