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Under seat access with molded style ( pics inside)

Good morning,

I am planning to mold the seating area on a drop seat prostreet is am building. I am curious about how you are mounting the seat when doing it this style in order to access the oil bag and battery, etc.

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Good morning,

I am planning to mold the seating area on a drop seat prostreet is am building. I am curious about how you are mounting the seat when doing it this style in order to access the oil bag and battery, etc.

Pics for the style I am thinking on...Attachment 40577

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Initially i used velcro- but the strips get unglued.
eventually i switched to big snap on fasteners[like they use on the coats].
They can come with small wood style screws or bolts. Harware stores carry those
i used 6- front, rear and 2 on each side. male gets screwed on the frame, fended and tank mouont and female- on the bottom of the seat pan.
Holds very well, and comes off w/o problems.
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I ended up using a spring on mine..Hook to the bottom of the seat and pull it down behind the oil tank and hook to the frame to hold it down..
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My local seat builder would mold the seat pan to the bike they fit like a glove you had to peal them off to get them off. No bolts. I used velcro just for extra security but never lost one
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