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Old December 21st 04, 01:12 PM
Padrow
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Default WTB: Hardshell seat for low racer

I recently acquired a partially built low racer that is in need of a hard shell
seat. Anyone have a shell made of of wood, fiberglass or carbon fiber they
would like to sell? TIA
Ernie Alix
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Old December 21st 04, 01:23 PM
Victor Kan
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Padrow wrote:
I recently acquired a partially built low racer that is in need of a hard shell
seat. Anyone have a shell made of of wood, fiberglass or carbon fiber they
would like to sell? TIA


www.hostelshoppe.com has some used M5 seats for sale in their
demos/deals page.

Prices aren't the best though.

You can get new, fiberglass HPVelotechnik seats from their website
without hardware or padding for US$120, but then unless you live in the
EU, shipping and duty will probably be a bit much.

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