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how to build a recumbent bike seat?

HiI'd like tips on how to build a back on a normal bike seat.My only idea so far is to bend an aluminum tube into a V-shape and weld it to a tightening-ring-thing attached to the seat tube, so that it goes up or down along with the seat.I hope the description is clear.Looking foward to your ideas.Thanks


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