Holly shit handles location

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  1. whipper

    whipper Well-Known Member

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    20170715_012430.jpg Are these the spacers? Ewe I better clean up under there! lol i see the seat is also on the back hole so forward a little also.
     
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    ATM Restyle......same place that did our 'Garage Cover'.

    I just made a template, went to the foam store got two, 4" thick cut to size and ATM made the cover.

    POI....I put the foam in plastic garbage bags. Easy to remove to dry....plus, inside the bag, the foam compresses down to about 2" when seated, and stays there, takes 2-3min to return to normal, makes for a firm but comfortable ride.
     
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    Yes those are the spacers. Call Bill @ Allison. The kit comes with the spacers and hardware. Un mount the 4 bolts on the plate and on mine you can slide it forward some. If not you can either slot the plate or re drill it so the seat is farther forward.
     
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    The spacer I purchased was a 1" thick piece of polypro that rebolts between the seat and the seatpin plate. This raises the seat about an inch. The two polypro dowels shown are the seat locks that allow the passenger seat to swivel and lock either forward or rearward.
     
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    I may be wrong but I think A five point seat belt would end this problem ?
     
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    OK i gotch Ya! Im going to do that . We have polypropylene at work ill see if we have any sheets of it. Great idea thanks. And Dave yes 5 point harness would be the way to go. lol its hard enough getting her to wear her PFD she is more of a pleasure boater style and my speed limit is 80 with her aboard. 40 is more her speed though. I try to comply but its really hard when you come across a stretch of glass and your only doing 40 or 50. haha
     
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    It is very hard to go slow when a really fast jet ski pulls up beside you. You hate for him to tell all of his fiends on the forums how he blew an Allison away.....
     
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    i hear you on that one JR Im the same way.:cool:;)
     

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