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Author Topic: The Dreaded KZ440 LTD Seat (yet again)  (Read 9799 times)

Offline nightmoves

  • Posts: 33
Re: The Dreaded KZ440 LTD Seat (yet again)
« Reply #10 on: Jun 02, 2014, 01:01:18 »
Some great plans you have. I had all the same intentions before. I opted to make the ltd frame work and made a seat pan to the shape of the frame and made a simple brat style seat.



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Awesome job on utilizing the stock frame's geometry! I may be asking you about some tips on cleaning up the battery / wiring mess under the seat. I'm not ready to tackle all of that yet, but your bike looks super clean and is definitely what I'm going for.

Thanks again for the inspiration! Great looking bike
1982 KZ440 LTD A3

Offline Rustyhama

  • Posts: 147
Re: The Dreaded KZ440 LTD Seat (yet again)
« Reply #11 on: Jun 03, 2014, 07:38:03 »
Why don't you just reuse the existing hoop on the bike? Just de-tab it cut it off then you just need the straight section with a crank. It will already be the perfect size.

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Rusty Hama says:

'82 KZ305's are so uncool they're cool
http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=59260.0

Offline Zachmack17

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Re: The Dreaded KZ440 LTD Seat (yet again)
« Reply #12 on: Sep 22, 2016, 11:54:42 »
Some great plans you have. I had all the same intentions before. I opted to make the ltd frame work and made a seat pan to the shape of the frame and made a simple brat style seat.



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How did you secure the material to the seat pan?