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Seat fabrication

Anyone know of any good seat fabricators in New Hampshire Mass area? Im looking to get my seat custom fabricated and having a difficult time. If you have any suggestions please post.
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Re: Seat fabrication

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Anyone know of any good seat fabricators in New Hampshire Mass area? Im looking to get my seat custom fabricated and having a difficult time. If you have any suggestions please post.
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Do you mean the seat or the tail fairing?

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Do you mean the seat or the tail fairing?
I am looking to replace the tail fairing looking to get an updated look. But I just bought brand new carbon fiber look plastics for the bike. What are my options?
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Re: Seat fabrication

Options are limitless! Lol
Maybe some pics of what you got and what your looking to happen would be of some help.
Are you just needing a seat pan to workoff of or whole tail sub section and all?

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Options are limitless! Lol
Maybe some pics of what you got and what your looking to happen would be of some help.
Are you just needing a seat pan to workoff of or whole tail sub section and all?
Thanks I'm going to wait until it is finally put back together post my pic then maybe someone can help me out. I just bought the rear fairing so i don't want to hack it up if you know what I mean...unless someone knew what they were doing.
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Re: Seat fabrication

What is the problem with the tail in the first place ?
Is it the right shape you want if so then just mod the tailsection tubes until it fits measure to mounting points weld some brackets to attach it.
If you only need a seat pan to fit between the tail and tank you can build it from fiberglass and shape it
Just depends how crafty you are...

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