3/4" Plywood base, cut to fit snug under the seat pan and clamped to the frame (however best suits you). Then, velcro sheets (get 'em at a fabric store -- you may feel kinda gay walking in there; I found it...self-affirming...in a non-gay way) glued to the base and the bottom of your seat pan.
1. The plywood provides solid support across the entire underside of the seat pan (a.k.a. less chance of stress cracks appearing).
2. Velcro eliminates the need to drill any holes in the pan (stress cracks) and the whole fabrication is "reversible" if you decide that velcro (or plywood for that matter) is cheesy or you come up with a better way to mount the seat.
No shit. It works.
Honda go sideways!
Edited by - krapfever on Feb 05 2007 11:43:24 PM