Using a similar approach that others here have used, I came up with my own version of an adjustable seat that uses slots in the seat pan and a ball lock pull pin to secure the seat in place once…Continue
Using a similar approach that others here have used, I came up with my own version of an adjustable seat that uses slots in the seat pan and a ball lock pull pin to secure the seat in place once adjusted. Standard install method nut plates on the back side for the four bolts that go through the slots in the seat pan. Larger washers on top. 3/4" square alum tube in the center under the seat pan drilled with holes to accept the pull pin. Very light weight solution and easy to adjust the seats…See More
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