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Seat Pan Material

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I am in the middle of making mock ups from poster board. I have a sheet of alum' laying around, and it is 3003-H14 x 0.025. Is this OK for the seat pans? I think the thickness is OK, but not sure about the grade..






The pans will be 3 inch deep and wrapped over the seat tubing then AD riveted.
 

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