[Triumph Motorcycle club] Corbin seats [was Re: aftermarket parts]
- My OEM seat (gunfighter style) found me riding on my crotch against
the tank on my Adventurer. Not good for extended riding comfort! I
found a 'solo' seat on the infamous bay of e for less than a hundred
bucks. What a difference, comfort-wise and cosmetically. My legs
are still too long, tho (36-inch inseam).
The bike sure is a lot of fun, all told.
-- In email@example.com, Mo <sazerac99us@...>
>and no problem in the rain. I've done 600 miles in a day, with no
> I've had a corbin seat on my sprint for a few years...Its GREAT,
seat related discomfort, though without a sore ass to worry about, I
notice the pain in my wrists more. Look on ebay...I was lucky enough
to find mine unused, for $180 dollars!!!
>wrote: ...Speaking of Corbin seats, I
> tontonluluc <firstname.lastname@example.org>
was considering one.
> My seat has holes in it. Needs to be fixed or replaced.seat
> So I was looking at the Corbins but I was wondering if a leather
> is going to work ok in the rain. Does the leather need a lot ofa
> attention when riding in the elements? or is it just better to get
> full vinyl seat?delivery and
> --- In email@example.com, "Steve"
> <krugerin50@> wrote:
> > I've been well pleased with Corbin seats, they are fast on
> > have a great product. Check their website.
> Luggage? GPS? Comic books?
> Check out fitting gifts for grads at Yahoo! Search.
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