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Thread: Carbon fiber solid seat pan by strips.

  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Reed-edm View Post
    I'm using the sling style seat pan now. It's a 22 degree angle. I'm still thinking of mounting options. Theres no way I'm going to drill into my frame to secure the pan, that much I do know.

    Not too worried about cold, since I never stay outside when it's cold anyways.
    The ADI hardware would require drilling the seat pan only...


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  2. #102
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCI_OTR View Post
    The ADI hardware would require drilling the seat pan only...
    I looked on ADIs website and can't find the mounting hardware available as a seperate item. Sportaid has the seat foer $300 + another $200 for the mounting brackets..wow...
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  3. #103
    @Toto: Have you come up with a final solution for your CF seat pan yet?

    Anyone else besides Stephen212 and Eric[RB] have a new/unique design for solid seat pans (not aluminum).
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  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by Covathalis View Post
    @Toto: Have you come up with a final solution for your CF seat pan yet?

    Anyone else besides Stephen212 and Eric[RB] have a new/unique design for solid seat pans (not aluminum).
    Sorry, but i don`t understand your question, i did my seat pan time ago, pics are in the thread.

    Oracig are doing now cool aluminium seat pans by strips

  5. #105
    I didn't know if that was the final version or if you had changed the strips to something else. I assume it's been working well so far with no problems?
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  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by Covathalis View Post
    I didn't know if that was the final version or if you had changed the strips to something else. I assume it's been working well so far with no problems?
    The reason for using strips as opposed to a solid piece is to accommodate ergo-style frames.

  7. #107
    Quote Originally Posted by Covathalis View Post
    I didn't know if that was the final version or if you had changed the strips to something else. I assume it's been working well so far with no problems?
    Yes, they work well, the final version is strips, but all in the same piece, i have my seat in two pieces because i`ve got an ergo seat.

  8. #108
    What back rest is that, toto?
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  9. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by My395 View Post
    What back rest is that, toto?
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  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by totoL1 View Post
    i have my seat in two pieces because i`ve got an ergo seat.
    What's the point of an Ergo seat?
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