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post #11 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-01-2008, 07:27 PM
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You can do the homeboy without having to cover the cut-out with anything, except maybe a piece of garbage bag plastic. I did mine like that after seeing how shooterex did his. Been good since 2004 like that and besides who here would dispute shooterex's mods?

If you send it out to say, meancitycyles it is no longer a homeboy...........it would have to categorized as Uptown.
Where the heck did it get the name "homeboy" mod!!?? HAHAHAHA


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the handle of the VR member that made it originally was................wait for it................................................ ........................Homeboy!

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HHAHAHAHAHA ok - well that makes sense!! HAHAHA


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Boy, I'm happy if someone else did the first mod, say Basshole, we would be doing the Basshole cut?.....not good
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Boy, I'm happy if someone else did the first mod, say Basshole, we would be doing the Basshole cut?.....not good


cut your bike a new basshole!!!


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It was actually called the "Homeboy Butt Cut" I didn't remove the bracket. I just cut out the hump with a dremmel tool and pocket knife.
I can not find pics any more. That seat is in storage.

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Did the "homeboy" mod to my stock seat. Used a dremel tool and cut out the hump but I have a question. What is the reason some of you put plastic garbage or wally-world bags over the opening? Is this really nesseccary? Thanks for the imput

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they will redo your stock seat.
Box, will they take the lump? OR do they just refoam and leave the lump?
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they will redo your stock seat.
Box, will they take the lump? OR do they just re-foam and leave the lump?
Dunno......never used them. found out about them after I went mustang and then a gator ate it...
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Did the "homeboy" mod to my stock seat. Used a dremel tool and cut out the hump but I have a question. What is the reason some of you put plastic garbage or wally-world bags over the opening? Is this really nesseccary? Thanks for the imput
Just to protect the foam from collecting mositure is all.
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