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Old 08-10-2006   #11
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I agree also on the foam under the seat. My advice would be to go much thicker than you would think (3/4'' or 1'') 'cause it's going to pack out.

I took the seat out of my ZG and added a whole sheet of foam under it and it's much stiffer.

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Old 08-10-2006   #12
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get a jackson!!

seriously though, I put a thin piece of wood with adhesive foam on it under my seat on my EZ & it did wonders.

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As far as storage goes, I've been told to always store it on the side so that gravity over the years doesn't add to the oil canning.
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Old 08-10-2006   #14
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My superstar's not even two years old and oilpanning. That slim piece of plastic outfitting is no match for physics...and prevents wedging some foam under the seat like these guys are suggesting.

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