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    can anyone provide info to get a custom seat done?

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    Very Active Member JUDAH-9's Avatar
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    I highly recommend getting a Corbin seat. In my opinion, they have the best and most comfortable motorcycle seats available. I’ve had 4 total, and I currently have 2 sets...one set for my 08’ M109R, and another Dual Rider setup for my Honda Rune. They are prefect in every way.
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    Another seat with positive reviews is Ultimate: https://ultimateseats.ca/
    Definitely Corbin is the budget buster...but from the reviews you definitely get what you pay for...and then some.
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    I found a custom seat/upholstery shop locally and had them modify my stock seat. New stiffer foam and shaped it to fit my size and riding position. They were able to do a fancy new cover but I just had them re-use the stock cover. Ended up costing less than $100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy33 View Post
    I found a custom seat/upholstery shop locally and had them modify my stock seat. New stiffer foam and shaped it to fit my size and riding position. They were able to do a fancy new cover but I just had them re-use the stock cover. Ended up costing less than $100.
    i would take that route too, if i had,nt diy,ed mine
    no way would i spunk a grand on a seat !

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    Corbin would be my suggestion. Can ride all day with no butt pain or fatigue

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