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Old 08-31-2005, 01:35 PM
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sps seat options

i have a sps with a 103 shovelhead. It is impossible to stay on when i twist the throttle! I have been looking at the chica brassknuckle seat but i'm not sure if my hardware will work with the new seat or not. I would really like to stay with the coil type springs that i have, but will do what i have to to stay on. Also does anyone know what the comfort is like on that particular chica seat? Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 08-31-2005, 01:44 PM
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check out my sps in my gallery and the sinner bike, both w/ chica seats. looks great, feels like any other solo..... HARD
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Old 09-01-2005, 12:27 PM
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it appears that the front hinge bracket works, but what about the spings in the back. I would rather use spings like what i have on it now(coil type). Will those work or do i have to get the other type. Thanks. Nice bikes sinner.
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Welcome to Club Chopper mrtool.

Great looking SPS!

I have the same trouble with my SPS with the 113" evo. Mine has the stock flat SPS seat on it. The Chica Brass Knuckle has been recommended to me also. I also saw some seats on Ebay made by West Eagle that have the lip on the back that are supposed to keep the rider in place.

Looking at the pic of your bike (awesome), it seems that you have one of these style seats on there already. That seat doesn't keep you on the bike???
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Old 09-05-2005, 11:42 AM
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what about a hammer? I will probably need one of those too. The seat is a eagle west and it doesn't come close to keeping me on.
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Old 09-05-2005, 05:50 PM
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Hey SPS guys...........

I build solo seat pans for w.outlawcustomseats.com, Redneck Engr., Hank Young Choppers, etc. & have a line of solo pans & spring mount systems that "work" with lots of diff. frames. I'm also on the brink of a air bag solo seat & should be finished very soon. I cut, bend, weld & roll all the pans myself so......... If your not happy with a particular seat "dish" I can roll some more into it.

Check the recent bikes young finished, RE had in the Charleston build off, BAAS Metal Crafts Kennedy HS bike, the OCS web site, twobrothers gallery & my own gallery.

Anything can be done............let me know what interests you.

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