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Old 10-24-2012, 09:19 AM   #335
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Originally Posted by cbolling View Post
So far I am really enjoying it. I have to get rid of the forward slope of the seat though.
I did the trick of putting some washers under the screws for the seat bracket in the front. You can replace them with longer screws to get even more elevation but might want to put some foam or something to hold the battery. I ended up sending my seat to Terry Adcox to have him resculpt it and that also helped.
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