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Old 01-01-2013, 06:16 PM
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I have seen it done on here and on the net so i felt i could tackle it , Got er done this after noon and all i can say is wow. So much better then the stock couch and just makes the sled feel alot more sporty. I got the seat for 120 can of a 2010 assault, and i bought a small sheet of aluminum to make a seat pan for easier mounting. That was 35 and then i just scrounged some old handle bars for the front mount and the rear is stock with a 1/4 piece of cutting board that i shapped to land on the bend in the seat pan. After that i just drilled a bunch of screw holes for the seat to mount to the pan and used marine adhesive(sikiflex) to make sure she holds. I did take a heat gun the pan to shape it to fit tighter against the stock tank and then did some trimming with the grinder as well. turned out much better then i was hoping for and lastly i need to make a filler for the front out of some realy thin light plastic, just gotta find the right material.




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pretty cool, seat mods are one of the best things you can do with these older chasis. heres my 02 440.
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:38 PM
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I deffinatly agree, I mover my steering post forward an inch too and it is a totaly different beast now, you cut up a stock seat? The hieght was the best part about this seat
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:46 PM
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I did the rear end of the seat but had an upholster snip the top section off the old seat cover, add foam and re-sow a new top to the old seat cover. quite an experiment lol. worked out though.
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I deffinatly agree, I mover my steering post forward an inch too and it is a totaly different beast now, you cut up a stock seat? The hieght was the best part about this seat
How did you go about moving the post?
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:59 PM
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I stole the idea from a guy on here that did the summit 700 mod sled build on you tube, basically you just add spacers to steering head block to move it forward , I added an inch
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Old 01-28-2013, 04:00 PM
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I just used a peice of 1" square tube. Works great.
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Been modding the wives sled.
*SPG seat
*PowerMadd pivot riser and 6" riser block
*SPG Willard Bend handlebars
*fly racing kill switch
*ODI 8" grips
*skidoo hand warmers and cork insulation
*Mo-Pros tunnel rack and snowboard carry
*vent kit
*straightline ice scratcher
*Removed all factory stickers and have it ready for a Choad Cheese Wrap.
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