You what? You, You, you threw out the instructions?
Well I've always said that installing the seats was the hardest part of building an FFR roadster!
Billy, yes the passenger seat will be projecting out over the back parking brake handle some. If your cable is tight and the handle does not come up too far the handle may never contact the seat. We found we needed to trim the shell (fiberglass) and not the base (plywood) for when the handle is up at about 70 degrees. We probably had our seat facing off to the right and yours is probably facing more straight ahead. Rotating a few degrees clockwise may give you the needed clearance.
About Mike's idea using the sheetmetal nuts and bolting the passenger seat shell in from above, it sure simplifies the installation, however I felt it was important to attach the seat bottom pad to the shell, and once that is done there is no access for bolts from above. (I know, access from below not much better, but possible)
Joe implemented some nice ideas to facilitate installation (access hole and threaded rod)
Great ideas guys.
Remember our phone number is on the instruction if you'd like to blow off some steam during installation!