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These seat pans are also listed on ebay now. Rocky will give a better deal to anyone from Club Chopper who contacts him directly.

From what I am told they will be powdercoated as well, if desired.
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What are you charging to put leather on these Rocky?
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Great work Rocky hope you sell a hundred thousand of them
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The responce has been great!!!

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Old 09-04-2005, 01:59 PM
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What are you charging to put leather on these Rocky?
It depends on what a customer wants. From 500. and up for me to tool a seat. I am going to debute a new product here in about another week. That will work with the BAD A.S.S. PAN. It is a kit for all, The hands on kind of people.

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Old 09-04-2005, 08:17 PM
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Talking BAD A.S.S.PAN CLUB CHOPPER DEAL

I have gotten such a great response from Club Chopper members on my BAD A.S.S. PANS, that I have a deal for YOU CC Members!

Once again here are the features:

These pans were built with top quality materials and craftsmanship.You will not find a better seat pan, ANYWHERE AT ANY PRICE!

Fit's on most custom Chopper, Bobber and Prostreet frames.
Length:15.250 - Width:10.125"- Thickness Double plate: .125 cold roll steel" x 2
Mounts: .250 cold roll steel" x 4 - Water jet cut - Machine Rolled - Tig Welded

Retail...................................................................250.00 + S&H

Club Chopper price..............................................199.00 + S&H

I will offer this price for the month of September 2005. If you would like it powder coated, I can do this for the option price. If any members want 2 pans, please contact me for an added discount.

To order: please e-mail me at rocky1@purekustom.com and please put BAD A.S.S PAN and your club chopper ID in the subject line.

Thanks Rocky

OPTIONS:

Powder coated: Black or silver.................................25.00
custom colors are also available.........................call for price.

Frame tabs: 4 made of .250" cold roll steel..............16.00

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COMING SOON: BAD A.S.S. PAN (THE SET UP)

Price to be determined..............................

(The set up ) features:

1 BAD A.S.S. PAN.

Pre drilled to accept rivits.

Powder coated black or silver.

Top quality leather hide, cut, fitted and installed.

1/4 of padding cut, fitted and installed.

Nickel plated Chicago screws.

1 bottle of my special oiling mixture.

1 bottle of my special sealling mixture.

Recieve special instructions, from my website.
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All you have to do is try your hand at tooling. If this kit gets alot of responce, I might offer a standard set of tools also as an option.

What do you members think??

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Looks good Rocky, I'll have to get me one of those for my next build!
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Old 09-05-2005, 11:14 AM
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how long before the pan w/the setup will be ready?
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how long before the pan w/the setup will be ready?
maybe in a week or two. I will post it. When I put (THE SET UP) togeather.

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Old 09-06-2005, 11:42 AM
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These seat pans are also listed on ebay now. Rocky will give a better deal to anyone from Club Chopper who contacts him directly.

From what I am told they will be powdercoated as well, if desired.
Thanks Shawn,

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...RK%3AMESE%3AIT
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Hey Rocky, I'm going to try to do the leather tooling for the seat pan I ordered from you. My dad left me some leather working tools when he passed away so I figured I'll try it.

That copper powder coat should look sweet, I'm planning on making some other stuff out of copper so it should fit right in. Post up a pic of the pan when you get it back from powder coat.
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What do you members think??

Good idea. The do-it-yourself thing.
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Hey Rocky, I'm going to try to do the leather tooling for the seat pan I ordered from you. My dad left me some leather working tools when he passed away so I figured I'll try it.

That copper powder coat should look sweet, I'm planning on making some other stuff out of copper so it should fit right in. Post up a pic of the pan when you get it back from powder coat.
Sorry about your dad, He was a leather worker or hobbyist? I would like to check out some of those tools out sometime. I bet when he bought them they weren't from Taiwan or china.They are probably really nice American made tools.

The powder coater should have them done in a few days. I will post it as soon as I get them back. The copper looks killer.

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Old 09-08-2005, 11:43 AM
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What do you members think??

Good idea. The do-it-yourself thing.
Thanks CB, Yeah I think it will be big. I have some people interested in (the set up ) allready.
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