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Offline Wanderer67

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Wanting a Corbin seat
« on: January 15, 2021, 04:41:24 pm »
I am looking for a reasonably priced (used) Corbin seat for my 2014 TTSE. There is a used heated one on Ebay but it is $800.+ and I am just looking for something more comfortable and stable than the stock seat. I love how the bike feels but I feel the seat with the gap makes me feel like I'm riding between the cushions on the couch and I like longer rides (500 miles a day) and feel this will be annoying soon.
If anyone has a line on one I'd appreciate hearing about it. I wouldn't mind a price range around 300 and I know that's a low price.
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Re: Wanting a Corbin seat
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2021, 12:02:58 am »
I recommend https://beadrider.com/ and or https://alaskaleather.com/collections/sheepskin-buttpads.  Cheaper that a new custom seat and I have a Corbin.  I have thousands of miles on my Beadrider.  No Sticky Butt.  Same thing for the Sheepskin.  If you go sheepskin go BIGGER because they might shrink a bit if you get them wet.  Not much but noticably a little smaller.  And they are transferable to other bikes if you have them.  Save your $ you will not regret either one.

 


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