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    Default Custom "quick attach" passenger pillion for my chop

    I just thought I'd share this since I know lots of people have concerns and issues with trying to put a passenger seat on a bike while not wanting to have it on ALL the time. I came up with this little number for my bike. Made the mini seat pan out of a chopped up piece of fender, fiberglassed the rest for a perfect fit.



    Then I sent it off to Shawn at Alchemy Garage for some paint while I put the HLD touches on the pillion seat. The mini pan is riveted to the fiberglass pan.


    www.hard-luck-designs.com

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    That's awesome. Good thinking.

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    that looks good man. what did you use to mold the glass?

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    That is amazing.

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    Looks great

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    That's a first I think. Awesome. Look for it in the next V-Twin catalog but made in Tiawan !! Well let's hope not anyawy. Cool idea !!

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    That's tits! I'm probably gonna steal that, been wondering how to mount a P-pad without having to make a second fender, diggit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyster220 View Post
    That's tits! I'm probably gonna steal that, been wondering how to mount a P-pad without having to make a second fender, diggit!
    It works great as well!! Good luck!!

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    It looks awesome, just a quick question, do you find it moves at all? I did one like that, and without something securing it at the back it would wiggle back and forth and scratch the shit out of the paint........

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    quite nifty! very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spidr View Post
    It looks awesome, just a quick question, do you find it moves at all? I did one like that, and without something securing it at the back it would wiggle back and forth and scratch the shit out of the paint........
    It doesn't move at all. I made sure that it fit snuggly over the existing seat bungs and put a thin 1/8" layer of neoprene on the underside. Fits like a glove!

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    great idea! I am sure I will steal it one day haha

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