I tackled the seat frame today, but took a slightly different approach. Of course I eliminated the adjuster rails which droped the seat down a little, but it hit the simi-circular seat rail gusset toward the rear. Took a Dremal tool and notched the simi-circular gusset so the bottom rail would drop in flush. The welded on seat latch also got in the way so I cut that piece off as well. Smoothed out the welds in the rear for a good flush fit. Drilled 4-holes and bolted it back together for a test fit. It was about three fingers from touching the harness bar so I called it good. Also took off the seat back and bolted it to the seat rail, just used the screw holes and punched them out a bit, not a big job. Now I need to buy a die to cut threads on the two seat posts attached to the Maverick frame and trim the rubber feet on which slides over the posts and cinch her down. I like the feel of the seat that far back. I wonder what Can-Am's target was in terms of driver height, seems like 5'3" to 5'10". Are people smaller is Canada?