Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Kingman AZ 86409
It looks like a fairly simple job! I'd cut/unbolt the frame member front and rear and check for any obstructions under the lowered seat area. I think they use 1 " square tube for the seat cross member, so I'd have new mounting tubes welded front and rear, and bolt the cross member back in. You may have to extend the lip on the plastic seat pan up to fill any opening on the dog house, and may have to put a support in for the dog house, but it should be a great project! Go for It!