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Depends on the metal because not all metals are the same. There are some that if you try to weld them they just vaporize the instant heat touches them. The only way to know for sure is trial and error. Take that whole assembly off the couch before you try welding it. If you try to weld it on the couch, you'll set the whole couch on fire. You might just want to call the couch manufacturer and see if you can order a replacement. Or take the part to the place you purchased it from to see if they have had any experience with success of getting replacement parts. Most likely they'll say no but be happy to sell you another couch. I would say try welding it; if it works great, if it doesn't you can put it back on and lock it in position and still use the couch, but without the recline.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Should just be 4 bolts holding the seat to the floor, and unplug the wires. Only way to fix it is weld it, or get a different base from an auto wrecker.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
There is no adjustment for these door hinges. With the door open wiggle the door up and down and inspect the door hinges while doing so. I suspect that you will find the upper hinge is bad. These can be had at most junk yards or through a dealer. The dealer depends on if they still support that truck anymore.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
You can have a new mount or the old mount welded on by a good shop and a good weld is as strong as the metal it is welding.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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