Re: seat replacement
Stone, I am in the same boat right now. I am trying to make my bike a heavy custom. One of the many things that I will face is the seat. I am wanting to go solo as well and get rid of the whole sissy bar, which Im sure will sell very easily with the extension. I am going to have as much of the rear fender showing as possible. I have a few other things up my sleeve but I wont mention those yet, due to the fact that Dianne wont be winning best 750 at next years reunion. Sorry mam! Anyways, Im thinking about taking the original pan, shaving down the foam(with what I dont know yet) and getting some brown leather and tacking it down from the bottom tight. The main problem with this that I see is when I take the entire sissybar bracket off, there is alot of "hanging over" from the seat pan. The SB bracket butts up to the seat pan which is what I am going to take a look at tonight after work, with the help of a couple cold ones might I add. I do like the look of the sissybar, but I am all about customizing and making my bike original. Another thing that I am considering selling, and hold on to your seat, no pun intended, is my fire and steel floorboards. I got to find a high bidder before I make any descisions on those. I am trying to use that money to shave the ears. Well enough of me rattling the ole eye ball. Let us know what you do.