Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

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Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby ColourNcoat » Sun Nov 08, 2020 1:37 am

Hi all, Unfortunately after searching for information I am unable to find photo's of a later CSR seat pan.
Does anyone have picture's of this item as I believe mine is a home made?
Thanks in advance for all assistance.
Regards Roger. :beer:

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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby Mick D » Sun Nov 08, 2020 7:55 am

Hi

If you don't get what you need here, speak to Andrew at R K Leighton they may be able to help and their products are first class.

http://www.rk-leighton.co.uk/

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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby Martin.S » Sun Nov 08, 2020 9:13 am

Ebay seat.jpg

G2 seat pan(1).jpg

Ebay seat.jpg
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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby ColourNcoat » Sun Nov 08, 2020 9:51 am

Mick D wrote:Hi

If you don't get what you need here, speak to Andrew at R K Leighton they may be able to help and their products are first class.

http://www.rk-leighton.co.uk/

Regards Mick


Thank you Mick, It makes life and the project so much easier when loads of searching draws a blank.
Thanks for the info :beer:
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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby ColourNcoat » Sun Nov 08, 2020 9:55 am

Martin.S wrote:
Ebay seat.jpg

G2 seat pan(1).jpg

Ebay seat.jpg


Hi Martin, It is clear to see my seat pan was a makeshift panel. Now I have some form of pattern mine is lacking in structure.
Thanks for the pictures and effort. :beer:
I am still trying to find a way of posting photo's.

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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby Eamonn » Sun Nov 08, 2020 10:54 am

ColourNcoat wrote:I am still trying to find a way of posting photo's.


Take a look at this Forum posting:
http://www.jampot.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=53&t=12424

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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby ajscomboman » Sun Nov 08, 2020 11:38 am

You'll have no luck with Leightons I'm afraid as he does not make seat pans for the L/W models he only recovers existing pans. However the club stock either bare seat pans or a complete seat. Don't expect it to be cheaper than a H/W model though because it's a far more complex pan to make and there is less demand.

Bare pan Pt No. 044284A
Complete seat Pt No.044284

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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby ColourNcoat » Sun Nov 08, 2020 1:14 pm

Eamonn wrote:
ColourNcoat wrote:I am still trying to find a way of posting photo's.


Take a look at this Forum posting:
http://www.jampot.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=53&t=12424


Thanks Eamonn, I did read your article found earlier but my pictures are on my phone and because I'm blind as a bat I use my tablet to see better :shock:
I have Bluetoothed pics to my tablet but my option is documents or camera.
Where there's a will there's a way lol.

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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby ColourNcoat » Sun Nov 08, 2020 1:21 pm

ajscomboman wrote:You'll have no luck with Leightons I'm afraid as he does not make seat pans for the L/W models he only recovers existing pans. However the club stock either bare seat pans or a complete seat. Don't expect it to be cheaper than a H/W model though because it's a far more complex pan to make and there is less demand.

Bare pan Pt No. 044284A
Complete seat Pt No.044284


Thank you for the info, I will try the part number and price it up.
Looks like it will be another item to make added to the list.
Thanks again all for the guidance :beer:

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Re: Seat Pan for 1965 lightweight csr

Postby Stan Palmer » Sun Nov 08, 2020 1:46 pm

My current photo method is to email from the tablet to myself, pick it up on the desktop, save it in paint, resize it there. It then loads ok on the forum.
It will work unti Apple, Microsoft, Outlook or Paint change something. Then I will find a new method. My granddaughter says save it to the cloud.
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