cb500t seat part 3 of 3

Got the cowl welded up and excess cutoff. Still needs some more final shaping with the hand file and then it’s ready for paint!

6 responses to “cb500t seat part 3 of 3”

  1. mick says:

    looks great adam. real simple and straight foward..

    see you soon.

  2. andrew says:

    i didnt really think you’d be able to do it! nahhhhh just kidding, looking badass!

  3. chris says:

    holy shit that’s impressive, came out simple and to the point…just like i like it.

  4. pete says:

    Ive got a T too, nice looking setup, wish you would keep the brown seat……….

  5. admin says:

    Thanks Pete. I really like the stock seat too but it was just too big and tall. Any pics of your 500T?

  6. pete says:

    Well, if your gonna go cafe you might as well go all the way! Have you ridden a 500T with a smaller, thinner seat? The things shake like rattle snakes… If my bike ever begins to look as good as yours Ill see about some pics, keep up the good work man

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