Re: "comfort" seat
- Hi Steve,
> Did they give you the exchange rate or "outright purchase"Neither. On the one hand, Sprint Manufacturing's price isn't nearly
> rate for sending in your pan? My sloppy conversion for
> exchange is $156. This looks like a better deal than sending
> off to Sargents and hoping they get it right.
what it used to be:
> From: "Sprint Manufacturing"On the other hand, I hated what Sargent did to my seat so much that I
> To: "Peter Holmes"
> Just send seat pan to Sprint Manufacturing
> 30b Upton Lovell
> BA 12 0 JW
> The last time we did this the job cost £150 + return post
used the closed cell foam out of their seat to make my modified
Thunderbird seat and threw the rest of their garbage away. As best I
can tell from looking around, they use the same saddle pattern for all
Thunderbird Sports; wide, cupped slightly under your bum, looks like a
13 year old designed and manufactured it. I found them to be a total
waste of a great big sum of money. Just my US$0.02 on the topic,
though: lots of people are happy with their work.
'67 Metralla MkII