Interesting, first Panther seats I have seen without the long slot in the bottom front with the two sides going all the way up. Any negatives to building a seat bottom without the big slot?bruceflys wrote:DJ at Cleaveland Tool made a seat for my Panther. Excellent workmanship, fits well, nice looking and comfortable. She will customize for you or use standard dimensions. Importantly, specify if you will use a parachute part-time as I plan to do, i.e. a thicker back cushion so I would not have to shift the seat back when switching. Also I asked for a slit in the bottom cushion for the crotch belt. Cost was $667 all included for faux leather.