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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-28-2011, 05:47 AM Thread Starter
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A couple weeks ago I purchased an 01 Cruiser. This week I took off the seat, hoping to get rid of the back seat and the sissy bar - as I'll most likely never need room for another rider.

It looks like the main seat latches into the secondary seat's foundation...leaving no option to lose the seat over the fender.

Anyone got any ideas on how to make that happen?

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Thx....again.
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When I purchased my 02 v92c it had a solo mustang seat, with a solo bracket to attache the seat where the passenger seat had attached. The former owner had chrome plugs in the three holes where the passenger seat was attached to the fender

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corbin sells a solo seat (just ordered one) that comes with a bracket that bolts to the top swingarm brackets under the front seat. I allows you to bolt the solo on to its own bracket. Expensive, but they make a good custom seat and mustang doesn't offer the bracket with their seats.
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I cut the plastic front off the front base of the P-Pad, sanded the edges and bolted it to the bike. OEM solo seat latch for zero money. Works great!
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Thats great, I was in the process of fabricating a bracket to mount a used solo seat, then I talked myself into a new seat $$$$
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I cut the plastic front off the front base of the P-Pad, sanded the edges and bolted it to the bike. OEM solo seat latch for zero money. Works great!
You know, I had thought of that as well a few months ago...but was afraid to hack that thing in two only to find out that it wasn't stable enough.

I was also afraid to find out that the back end of that OEM seat would look funny without the pillion pushed up against it.

Don't suppose you could post a pic of the seat the way you have it?

I've actually found the OEM seat to be plenty comfortable.

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You know, I had thought of that as well a few months ago...but was afraid to hack that thing in two only to find out that it wasn't stable enough.

I was also afraid to find out that the back end of that OEM seat would look funny without the pillion pushed up against it.

Don't suppose you could post a pic of the seat the way you have it?

I've actually found the OEM seat to be plenty comfortable.
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