Re: Unresponsive Amazon Seller for replacement Seat
Two things. One, always make sure the pan is metal, not plastic and Two, you can use the shallow but wide drywall bolts to secure the seat to the spring. I had to do that with a JD I bought and it already had the plastic pan on it. The "T" nut had pulled out and my only choice was a spring loaded wall bolt as short and thick as I could find. It worked just fine but of course, the seat would not be removable but once. Remember, if you go the spring bolt route that you have to place it through the seat spring slot with a large washer BEFORE you put it into the seat pan. And last but not least, do not remove the bolt or you will lose the spring nut in the pan.