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Not for me I was hoping the pan was metal that way if the bolt pattern did not match up I would weld. but it's plasticsm02

quote:Originally posted by huffy

Let us know how it works out for you. I could use a new seat for my SS. I'll have to measure, though, and make sure the bolt pattern they show on bottom will work.


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Who needs a matching bolt pattern? I bought a seat with a plastic pan for my GTH-L. I measured it up on the seat hinges then I screwed it on with short 1/4" lags screws. Pre-drill the holes if you don't have help and set the clutch on your power drill so you don't strip out the plastic. It works great.

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