Cafe-Racer-, Scrambler-SEAT, f. BMW 2-valve motorcycles, with pillion cover

Product.Nr.: SB-G40

199,00 EUR
incl. 19 % VAT

  • weight 2 kg

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product description

Beautiful, first-class processed bench for the scrambler or cafe racer conversion.

The base and the cover are deep-drawn from thermoplastic material. This means that it is not as rigid as, for example, GRP.
Experience has shown that discussions with the tester about strength and fracture behavior are free.
The seat is suitable for 2-person operation, but thanks to the pillion cover it can be used as a seat bench with three M6 threaded screws
to be repurposed.

Colour:
- Synthetic leather: brown
- Seams: black
- Bump / pillion cover: black

This seat is suitable for many BMW 2-valve, e.g .:

- R45
- R65
- R75
- R80
- R100
Please compare the dimensions before buying!

Dimensions:
- Total length: approx. 710mm
- Front width: approx. 210mm (measured on the inside)
- Length of the seat (with hump): approx. 320mm
- length d. Seat (without hump): approx. 620mm
- max. width (center): approx. 270mm (measured on the inside)
- Other dimensions on request.

Assembly
The fender must be removed or modified for assembly, as it is too high between the frame tubes.
The attachment points must also be designed individually. We recommend using a bench base plate for mounting the bench
to use.
You can find these in our shop under the following article numbers:

Bench base plates

made of thermoplastic

610 x 330 x 10 mm

SB-RET

450 x 250 x 8 mm

SB-UPB

700 x 300 x 10 mm

SB-FET

made of aluminium

500 x 300 x 4 mm

SB-ALKX

600 x 300 x 4 mm

SB-ALK


You can find tips and tricks for assembling a bench
at www.kickstarterblog.de under "TIPPS".


IMPORTANT NOTE
Please note that we will only fully reimburse returned, unsuitable goods without damage.
Therefore, please make sure not to damage the bench when placing it on the frame (e.g. with sharp-edged frame parts or
by sitting down without professional assembly). Thank you for your understanding.


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